About Us
Welcome to Komodo and the world of fascinating and unusual pets.

Reptile pet keeping is more popular than ever. Recent research* shows that there are now probably more reptiles pets in the UK than there are dogs, with around 8 million reptiles inover a million households. As reptile keeping goes mainstream around the world,it is no suprise that more and more pet stores are catering for this growing industry sector. Welcome to Komodo.

Komodo reptile products are proven to perform.

For reptiles: reliable products to provide habitat enrichment and welfare benefits. 

For keepers: equipment that looks great, is easy to install and simple to use.

For retailers: boost profits with our comprehensive range of Komodo products to cater for hobbyists of all levels.




Our Commitment

We're proud of our commitment to improving reptile pat care. We work hard to improve standards and provide greater benefits at every stage of the pet keeping process;fromthe development of our product range and our service to retailers to consumer satisfaction and improvements in reptile welfare. It's important to us because we care.

The UK reptile industry is rather like Australia; influenced by both Europe and America. European reptile enthusiasts' favour beautifully planted and decorated vivariums, whilst Americans appear satisfied with a far more clinical appearance to there reptile cages. To cater to this interesting market segment of our UK pet industry it is important to select a reptile product range that has the personality that fully reflects these important characteristics, such as the development by Komodo. Such a range has wide appeal to reptile enthusiasts everywhere being neither exclusively European nor American, but rather a rish amalgam of both. And for retailers, sales success is strongly influenced by the stock that you offer to your customers and understanding the UK reptile market will help you to make that vital choice.

Jon Coote, Chairman of the British Herpetological Society

*Statistics courtesy of the Federation of British Herpetologists and The Reptile and Exotic Pet Trade Association.