Prehistoric Pets European Tour

This show season the Prehistoric Pets team is doing things right… taking time to travel to FIVE European countries to visit with reptile fans everywhere! Want to find out exactly where and how you can meet up with us? Keep an eye out for our official travel itinerary out next week! 

Right now we can tell you founder and CEO Jay Brewer’s first stop on the 1st and 2nd of September will be at The Reptile Room for an open weekend with barbeque, raffles, and prizes at their Cleveleys shop. Here visitors can mingle with new and old friends who share one thing in common… they love reptiles! Part of every ticket proceeds will be donated to International Herpetological Society and Federation of British Herpetologists so not only will be you having a great time, but you’ll be supporting an even greater cause!

Of course we will be seeing everyone and delivering pre-orders at Terraristika in Hamm, Germany on the 8th of September. The Reptile Room team and Jay will be there to answer all of your questions and even make a deal if you are looking to invest in Prehistoric Pets’ top of the line Reticulated Pythons, Burmese Pythons, Sulfur Monitors, Rock Pythons, and Ball Pythons.

Now for the exciting news!!! We will be travelling to Spain for the first time ever… and even more exciting Jay has been chosen to be a featured speaker at the brand-new Exotic Forum sponsored by ExoTerra! This fresh new show will be held on the 15th of September near Ciudad Real with a great list of exhibitors plus a distinguished panel of other speakers including Mark O’Shea, a photography exhibit, and terrarium decorating contest!

In Jay's lecture he will explain the skills and techniques in python husbandry developed at Prehistoric Pets, including the controversial ideas that have led to its success. Jay will also be sure to share his tips and tricks on “reading” the movements of your python plus a slideshow of some of the leading reticulated morphs available today. Finally the lecture will end with a question and answer session on a variety of reptile related queries.

If you are any good at math you’ll be able to tell there are 2 stops we haven’t given the details for yet… I guess that just means you’ll have to check back soon!

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