Depending on your pet, there is a vast range of substrate to use within your exotic pets enclosure. Best to select the substrate that your pet would natural live on if in the wild.
Aspen BeddingSnake bedding
Aspen Bedding is preferred by many snakes breeders and keepers around the world.
Exo Terra Coco HuskTropical terrarium substrate
Exo Terra Coco Husk is made from compressed coconut husk from the plantations of tropical Asia.
Exo Terra Forest BarkNatural terraium substrate
The Exo Terra Forest Bark is a nice clean substrate that will hold onto moister.
Exo Terra Terrarium SubstrateDesert and riverbed terrarium substrate
The Exo Terra Terrarium Substrates is natural real sand with no added dyes or chemicals.
Herbi FloorTortoise bedding
Herbi Floor is made up of compressed grass, therefore if eaten by mistake it will not compact inside the tortoise which can be fatal.
Komodo Desert SandSand substrate for terrariums
The Komodo Desert Sand comes in a large selection of seventeen coloured sand from black to crimson.
Komodo Habitat MossLive sphagnum moss
The Komodo Habitat Moss is natural, locally sourced Sphagnum Moss, available in two handy sized packs.
Komodo Tropical Terrain Compact BrickCompressed coco soil
Different substrates help to replicate the natural environment of any chosen species and can create a spectacular finish to a terrarium.
Orchid BarkNatural looking substrate
Available in fine or medium grade, Orchid Bark makes your exotic pets enclosure look natural.
Vermiculite has a number of uses from hatching reptile eggs to helping with humidity levels.
Coco BrickEarth substrate
The Coco Brick is an ideal substrate for inverts and amphibians, along with species of snakes and lizards that require a humid area or for egg laying.
Trixie Basic SandSand for desert terrariums
Trixie basic sand is a fine grain terrarium sand with no added colours available in white or yellow.
Trixie Beech ChaffNatural terrarium substrate
Trixie beech chaff is natural and a dust free substrate, available in two size grades.
Trixie Cave SandClay based terrarium sand
Trixie cave sand is suitable for digging reptiles or if you want to make your own caves within your reptiles enclosure.
Trixie Coco HuskTropical terrarium substrate
Trixie coco husk holds in moister for high humidity and rainforest enclosures.
Trixie Coco soilTropical terrarium substrate
Trixie coco soil will expand between seven to eight times more than the size of the block.
Trixie Cork GranulesSubtropical terrarium substrate
Trixie cork granules are for a subtropical terrarium that require a mediumg to low humidity level.
Trixie Desert sandSubstrate for desert terrariums
Trixie desert sand is a natural looking sand available in two colours.
Trixie Natural HumusIdeal substrate for inverts
Trixie natural humus is a peat and sand mix that is ideal for semi humid enclosure or for digging species.
Trixie Pine BarkReptile bedding
Trixie pine bark is a natural substrate which helps keep in some moister, ideal for rainforest species.
Trixie Sphagnum MossTropical terrarium substrate
Trixie sphagnum moss will help increase humidity levels within the enclosure, ideal for amphibians and some inverts.
Trixie Terrarium MossSubstrate for humid terrariums
Trixie terrarium moss is idea for increasing the humidity levels and it give the enclosure a natural look.
Trixie VermiculiteNatural incubation substrate
Trixie vermiculite is idea for incubation of reptile eggs or to mix in with a soil substrate.