Individually selected for the shows
Over the years I’ve spent caring for a wide variety of exotic pets, I have encountered a number of animals that have proven extremely sociable. These individuals have shown that they are much better suited for human interactions than others. It's these special-selected creatures that you will experience during your adventure; chosen in part for their unique animal characteristic but mostly for their fantastic personable demeanor and overall inquisitive nature.
Cupcake is our largest snake and as such people always want to pose for a photo with her. We always take these opportunities within the community to dispel common myths, we try to help people to respect and understand these magnificent creatures.
Norbert the Tiger Salamander
Norbert at the door of his enclosure begging for treats. You have to be cautious with overfeeding tiger salamanders, they can grow overweight fast.
She`s been with Jay from the beginning and she is the reason he became so captivated by these amazing creatures.
Yoshi the Pacman Frog
Another new member to our family, Yoshi is growing rapidly on a diet of dusted insects.
Tokyo soaks up the attention
Doing what he does best...
Hades The Bearded Dragon
One of Jay's first reptiles. Raised from birth, she helped to inspire all that Canadian Reptile Adventures has become.
Princess The Red Foot Tortoise
A sweet heart who spends her days snacking on veggies... what a life!
Sunshine the Tegu
Sunshine is a Red Tegu that we adopted several years ago. She is shy but gentle and very sweet. She loves fresh fruit and eggs as a treat.
Vader the Pied Ball Python
Vader is one of our resident breeding ball pythons. He is a piedball morph and is one of Jay's personal favorites.
Chaos the Savannah Monitor
Chaos has a more than a few babies growing up in the care of our clients.
Bertha - The Brazilian Black
Bertha is a Brazilian Black tarantula, currently the smallest tarantula in our cast, she will rapidly exceed the other two in size.
One of the very few captive bred Savanna Monitors. Sophie is a very special animal to Jay. He's proud to have produced her and several other brothers and sisters over the years.
Jabba the Hutt
Jabba makes the rounds at a recent birthday party. Always a crowd favorite, most people are astonished when they hear, males of this species get substantially larger!
Cupcake is the resident Boa constrictor. She has been with Jay since she was 12 weeks old. Acquired as a hatchling, she has been handled and interacted with regularly. Her demeanor is sweet and gentle. People are always impressed at her docile nature and calm behavior.
Tokyo the monitor
Always the most talked about of member our reptile family, Tokyo steals the day every single time.
Sunshine the Red Argentine Tegu
Another rescue animal taken in by Canadian Reptile Adventures, Sunshine was in great health, but she needed someone that could give her a bigger home. Her homes is now 8 times larger, with two floors and her own giant soaking tub, talk about an upgrade!
Nemer soaking up the attention
Alwas a hit at parties and festivals, Nemer has been around since day 1. She is always happy to be scratched around her ear canals and neck... just like a dog.
Tokyo explores the audience
This image peaks for itself as to the calm and friendly nature of all our animals.
We always include a few different co
We like to bring a variety of different color/pattern variants of ball pythons. We find this helps people to understand that with snakes; bright colors doesn't always mean dangerous.
Nemer the Savanna Monitor
Enjoying a stroll in the field, Nemer has always loved frolicking outdoors.
Inferno - The Tarantula
Raised since she was just a tiny spider-ling, Inferno is a Mexican golden red rump tarantula.
Jabba the "Hutt"
Our resident African Bullfrog. Raised from a just a tiny frog the size of a Toonie... she's now the size of a softball. LOL
Baby ball pythons
These hatchling's are only a few weeks old in this pic. These 7 are all living in their new forever homes. There are always new babies and juveniles that can for sale on our livestock page.