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We are constantly working on updating our price list. If you do not see the animal that you are interested in listed online. Feel free to contact us and we will be more than happy to provide pricing and details.
It is important to know the proper care for any reptile you consider getting. We have care sheets that can help you learn about the different species and how to care for them correctly. Remember, we are here to assist If you have any questions.
Live Arrival Guarantee
We offer a 100% live arrival guarantee on all of our animals. We also guarantee the sex of the animal to match what was stated at the time the animal was purchased.
All live animals ship Mon-Wed for a flat rate of $49.99 via FedEx overnight service with early morning arrival. Live animals purchased by 5:00 pm Eastern Monday thru Wednesday will be shipped the same day excluding holidays.
Reptile Day Care
It doesn’t matter if it is a vacation or a short business trip, Miami Reptile Company will watch your Lizard, Snake or Tortoise while you are gone!
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All of our staff are knowledgeable and friendly reptile lovers! We are always available to answer any of your questions, provide tips and encouragement, and do everything we can to help make your pet and shopping experience a rewarding one.
What our customers saying?
I just want to share an experience I had recently with Miami Reptile Company, formerly Ben Siegel Reptiles; specifically through their auctions. On Aug. 25th, I won an auction for a very young male snow hog, and took the option to pay over 30 days. Fast forward to 9/26, when I received said hognose—very emaciated, very malnourished. Wondering if this animal was a trouble feeder, I offered food right in the deli it was shipped in. My rationale was if this animal was a really good feeder, it would except the food, even after the stress of shipping and handling. If not, then I would rehydrate and try again in a few days. Low and behold, it took the pinky IMMEDIATELY, without hesitation. After it ate, I gave him some water, which he drank like no tomorrow. I was furious. All signs pointed toward neglect, for who knows how long (presumably the moment the animal was marked “sold”, but that’s purely conjecture. I reached out to a hognose group for advice on how to proceed, even being kind enough to leave MRC’s name out of it—primarily out of respect for numerous positive experiences with them. I took the advice of the group and confronted the shop owner over DM, even though my experience with negative dealings has always only gone one way—they refuse to accept responsibility for the shape the animal was in upon arrival, feed me any line they can think of to excuse the inexcusable, only to end with a animal who suffered and no satisfaction in terms of resolution. I will post the screenshots below of my conversation with them. Just as predicted, they refused to accept responsibility for the animals’ poor body condition, followed by a request for me to give him the night and reach out again on the morning of 9/27, to which I obliged. That morning the little guy looked a lot better, obviously not in ideal condition still, but better, and had held down the pinky. Awesome! He didn’t die! (What a ridiculous thing to have to worry about for a newly purchased animal!)Out of curiosity, I weighed him. His weight, after rehydrating and with a full belly mind you, was ONLY 6 GRAMS. 6!! After he’d been in their care for a month following the initial purchase contract—while I was unsure of the advertised weight, I would imagine that after a month he would weigh more than that, these guys grow like weeds when they’re eating/being fed. The pinky was an x-small from rodent pro, so it comprised 1.5-1.9g of that weight, meaning his empty weight is closer to 4-4.5g. Any hog that fed well for me has been bigger than that by a month old, without exception. I then sent pictures of him/updated them like I said I would, leaving his current weight out of the conversation on purpose. Instead, I asked what his advertised weight was. I was told they’d get that info to me later that day—which naturally, they didn’t. They knew why I asked that, and then they’d have to accept responsibility for the poor condition of the animal. Further, as you can see below, they fed me a line about how shedding/shipping can cause rapid weight loss. Give me a break. He was in that box less than 24hrs. It takes much longer than that to get to the shape he arrived in—especially compared to the advertised picture, which is also posted below. I will admit I started my correspondence with them from a position of anger and slight hostility. I wanted my money back. I didn’t get what I paid for. Further, there wasn’t a snowball’s shot in hell I was sending that poor animal back there to receive more of the same. In the time since, my attitude has changed a bit. It isn’t about money, I know I’ll never see that again. It’s about telling my experience as a cautionary tale to others. There is nothing they can do at this point to resolve this. BUYER BEWARE.Sincerely, Troy QuickEx-Miami Reptile Company Customer.Troy Quick9/28/2019
Very unique selection, lively animals too. Definitely not your average reptile place. So. Much variety, and variety within variety. Not your typical king snake, rat snake, two turtles and a Pac-Man frog place.Chris Person11/06/2019
My number 1 go to place when I am looking for something new to add to my collection! High quality animals, great customer service, fair prices and a HUGE variety to choose from!Patrick Sheffield11/21/2017Richard Brooks8/03/2019
- Jeremy R. Dukes8/11/2017
Always the best service and knowledge on everything you'd need to know.. great place to experience new beautiful animals!Alexandra Benavides11/22/2017
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We are a reptile rescue friendly store and are willing to take in unwanted exotic, captive bred, or wild reptiles of all kinds.
We accept: Lizards – Snakes – Amphibians – Testudines
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If you’re local or just coming to enjoy the Florida weather please come see us in person and remember that we are reptile keepers just like you. If you have any inquiries about animals not listed, please contact us.
Address & Location
17021 S Dixie Hwy, Palmetto Bay, FL 33157
Open Daily : 11am to 7pm
This shop is the collected efforts of Amir Soleymani and Ben Siegel who have a combined reptile experience of over fifty years spanning over three decades. They have been responsible for producing and importing many of the firsts in reptiles.