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What costs are associated with keeping a pet reptile?Setting up for your first pet reptile or frog is always the dearest part.
You can expect to pay the following ballpark figures to setup a basic baby reptile or frog cage at home.
Once per year, your pet will need to see a vet for a checkup, and there is always the possibility of something happening where a vet is needed. It would be safe to budget about $150 for vet bills per year (if all goes well, this figure might come down to about $70)
Food and cleaning of your reptiles cage are weekly expenses, and these hover around $10-$20 per week. A more species specific price is listed in the DoLittle Farm Pet Reptile Catalogue.