At Critter Jungle we are commited to changing pet's lives.
We listen to our your pet's needs. We have sourced the greatest variety of the most natural products on the market, and our attentive, experienced staff are always there to help.
Critter Jungle's owners, Kelvin and Jeff, have 25 years of pet nutrition experience to offer, while many of our staff have over 10 years of working with various pets.
We believe every critter should find their forever home. Ask us how you can help an animal in need today!
We believe in long lasting relationships. Locally owned and opperated since 1987, the Critter Jungle family continues to grow. Come check out the fun, caring atmosphere of our home away from home.
People often underestimate their pets’ ability to transition to a new diet. Some erroneously believe it is detrimental to their pet. The latter is primarily due to pet food manufacturer’s desire for them to “stay” on their brand of food.
A proper cage is one of, if not the most important item in keeping a companion parrot. The bar spacing has to be appropriate, not wide enough for the parrot to stick it’s head through and not so small that he or she would get a leg caught between the bars.
The cage needs to be of appropriate size. Often, a cage advertised for a specific species is too small for that particular species. When possible, opt for the next size up. There has to be enough room for the bird to move around while having numerous perches, toys, and dishes in the cage.
Dwarf Aquatic Shrimp are the perfect focal point in a miniature desktop aquarium.
The Fluval Ebi comes with everything necessary to successfully keep dwarf shrimp right out of the box. For more information on these incredibly attractive aquariums, check out FLUVAL's Official Blog
When bringing new fish home,it is extremely important to properly introduce them into your aquarium. Both the water’s temperature and the chemical properties of your aquarium may vary drastically from that of your LFS (Local Fish Store). A sudden switch from one environment to the other may stress your fish enough to make them sick or even kill them.