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32 The Village
TEL:020 8856 1066
Mon – Sat
10am – 6pm
10am – 4pm
|WELCOME TO CHARLTON REPTILES & AQUATICS|
Reptiles, Amphibians and Invertebrates
At Charlton Reptiles you will find an extensive collection of 100% captive bred reptiles and amphibians. See our livestock list for the full list of what is currently in stock.
We supply a very wide range of live feeder insects and frozen rodents for your exotic pet. In store we have a great selection of wooden or glass cages, cage substrates, hides, decorations, heating equipment, lighting equipment, vitamins and other food supplements, medications and so much more.
We sell a wide variety of community fish for both tropical and coldwater aquariums plus fish suitable for ponds. We have an extensive range of foods; dry, live and frozen, plants, medications, tank decorations, gravels and everything else for your fishy needs.
What is different about Charlton Reptiles and Aquatics?
You will find that our friendly staff are able to provide free expert advice on all aspects of keeping your new pet. Our knowledgeable staff have many years experience with the animals we sell and this includes staff that have worked in several European zoos in the reptile sections, including London, Stuttgart and Jersey Zoos. We always give away our free care sheets with every reptile purchase. We are there 7 days a week in case you need any help or advice.
We are very unusual in the reptile trade in that we sell only captive bred reptiles and amphibians. Captive bred animals make much better, healthier pets. Wild caught animals virtually always carry internal parasites that in captivity tend to build up in numbers, after the stress of capture and transportation, causing illnesses and big vet’s bills. Because we do not sell wild caught animals our captive bred animals are not exposed to parasites, viruses and bacteria caught from wild animals as is common in other shops. We believe it is wrong to trade in wild caught animals. These animals are easily stressed in captivity and many will die before they reach the shops. This is not something Charlton Reptiles and Aquatics wants to support.