Find a Reptile Vet Near You

Herp Vet Connection: A Reptile Vet Directory

We understand that finding a reptile veterinarian nearby can be a daunting task.

Whether you’re looking for a vet for your bearded dragon, leopard gecko, ball python, turtle, lizard, or snake, weโ€™re here to help.

Our directory features over 500 compassionate vets who specialize in taking care of reptiles. All have been recommended by experienced keepers who have found vets with exceptional knowledge and skills in handling reptile patients.

Navigate through our organized state and city-wise listings and find the expert care your reptile deserves.

๐Ÿ Reptile Veterinarians in the United States

By States

By Major Cities

๐ŸฆŽ Reptile Veterinarians in Canada

By Provinces

๐Ÿข Reptile Veterinarians in the United Kingdom

By Cities

๐ŸŠ Reptile Veterinarians in Australia and New Zealand

By Cities

๐Ÿ“ Disclaimer

The HVC listing is curated from the personal recommendations of reptile and amphibian owners whoโ€™ve interacted with these vets. While we hope every experience reflected here is genuine, we acknowledge that not all interactions might be positive. As with all subjective experiences, Terrarium Quest cannot authenticate every commentโ€™s accuracy. Itโ€™s vital to personally engage and assess each vet to determine their suitability for your petโ€™s needs. At its core, Terrarium Quest aspires to streamline your search for an adept herp veterinarian. The final decision on visiting a listed vet rests with you.

๐ŸŽค Lend Your Voice: Recommend Your Vet!

Do you have a go-to herp vet youโ€™d love to share with the community? Fill out our submission form with all the details. And if youโ€™ve got updates or feedback on an already listed vet, the modification form awaits you. Your honest, precise feedback is invaluable. Once received, weโ€™ll ensure its prompt inclusion on Terrarium Quest. A heartfelt thank you for contributing! Your insights are the pillars supporting the herp community, and just one recommendation might be the lifeline a herp needs.