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Industry Leading Amphibian Substrate

ReptiChip is leading the industry in amphibian substrates; with all-natural bedding made from the highest-quality coconuts, nobody takes better care of your animals!

Industry Leading Amphibian Substrate

To amphibian and reptile lovers everywhere - we get you. But we know that not a lot of people do, and that oftentimes when you’re looking for the perfect amphibian bedding to keep your pet comfortable, you see the same old beddings made of course wood and composted paper. But that’s not what’s best for your pet. That’s why ReptiChip pioneered a unique coconut substrate to outperform every other reptile and amphibian substrate on the market; to create the ultimate home for your reptile and to give reptile owners everywhere peace of mind.

About ReptiChip

ReptiChip is a coconut bedding for your amphibian that creates the ideal temperature and humidity conditions for a happy, healthy pet. Made from imported Sri Lankan coconuts, ReptiChip is triple-washed to remove any excess dust and fiber from the chips, leaving a clean, all-natural bedding for your animal.

Because it is the highest-quality amphibian substrate available, ReptiChip is used by all the biggest reptile breeders in the industry such as JKolbyka Reptiles, Always Evolving Pythons, Mutation Creation, and more.

ReptiChip is what the pros use because the pros settle for nothing but the best, and that’s exactly what ReptiChip delivers.

Why ReptiChip?

  • Safer for your pets- ReptiChip has the lowest sodium and potassium content on the market
  • Won’t stain your animals or your tub- ReptiChip has one of the lowest tannin contents of all amphibian substrates on the market
  • ReptiChip’s coconut bedding holds humidity, creating the ideal habitat for your pacman frog, dart frog, red-eyed tree frog, fire-bellied toad, newt and other amphibians
  • Unlike competitors who use recycled and composted product, ReptiChip only uses fresh coconuts to create premium bedding
  • ReptiChip is made using 100% renewable and eco-friendly resources (coconuts!)
  • ReptiChip’s amphibian bedding is 100% organic

ReptiChip Supports The Reptile Industry

When it comes to supporting the industry we care so much about, ReptiChip puts its money where its mouth is. We promote fellow reptile breeders through our ReptiChip Distribution Network, which consists exclusively of knowledgeable, caring reptile enthusiasts who care about your pet almost as much as you do. ReptiChip is also a proud supporter of USARK (United State Reptile Keepers) along with the largest reptile shows and media in the world like NARBC and HERPS.

ReptiChip: Second To None

ReptiChip is made by amphibian lovers, for amphibian lovers. It’s what the pros use, and it’s what you can use, too.

Our product line includes BabiChip, RediChip, ReptiChunk, MicroChip, and more, so you can be sure to find the perfect amphibian bedding for your pet.

Customer service is everything to us; any and all order issues are handled directly by the owner and founder because we truly value every one of our customers, and because we always work hard to make it right.

Ready to switch to the ultimate amphibian bedding? Check out ReptiChip today.


What our customers say

Josh Wilson
I never do reviews for anything but I have been so impressed with ReptiChip since I started using it a year ago . It comes compact and expands a crazy ton, holds humidity great and doesn't mold at all from my experience, really worth what you get for $30 maybe they give too much but hey I'll take it lol.Overall love the product and don't plan on switching any time soon.
Logan L.
This stuff is fantastic for maintaining humidity for my ball python. I foil taped the screen, have a large water bowl in the enclosure, and refill it every couple days. That’s all I have to do to maintain 65% humidity. Hydrating it was pretty straightforward, I used a big Rubbermaid bin, and stored the ReptiChip in that bin for when I needed to switch our what was in the enclosure. Highly recommend
Megan S.
After much research on substrate for my ball python I decided on ReptiChip. So far, so good. It's holding the humidity at the proper level. I haven't noticed any color transferring onto my snake either which is great. The only downside to the product is when only having 1 snake it's hard to get the "correct" amount off the brick. I also used too much water trying to soften it and spiked my humidity. Thankfully it was a hot sunny day and I simply spread the chips out on a baking sheet and tried them out. Since then my humidity has been spot on!
Erin Ramsey
It was easy to work with; I just sprayed it with a hose and waited for a while, gradually chipping pieces off with a shovel. It did take longer than 15 minutes to rehydrate; it was closer to 45 mins, but still not a ton of effort. It filled up about half of a large plastic container once it was fully expanded. I try to keep substrate for my skink's enclosure at about 2-3" depth in a 4ft x 2ft enclosure. I think I will easily get about 2.5 fills out of this block of coconut chips, which is a pretty great deal. I just stored the excess in a plastic bin. It doesn't seem to be very dusty, and absorbed water effectively without actually getting wet. It smells very nice; not "earthy" at all. The pieces don't have any sharp edges, and look large enough to keep most any animals from eating them.
J. P.
I'm really digging this stuff. As a small time hobbiest/breeder, every penny counts. You want the best for your animals, without costing you an arm and a leg. We have tried many coco-based products over the years. ReptiChip was the first one we came across that wasn't a fine powder or didn't have that God awful chemical smell. I like the fact that it is in good size chips so I don't have to wear a mask when changing substrate. That being said, it really is (almost) dust free. 1 brick is enough for ten 28qt tubs with some to spare. When soaking the brick, you will want o use a large (71qt) tote. Bottom line, the stuff works great and lasts a long time. The price is competitive and completely justifiable. If you only have 1 snake/reptile, a single brick will last you forever. If you have multiple snakes, this (in my opinion) seems to be the best bang for your buck.
Katherine Wells
I absolutely love this substrate. I use it in a 18x18x24" glass cage for my brazilian rainbow boa, and it's dense enough that it provides a solid floor, but it's loose enough that he can really dig in it, which he loves and does every day. When I first got it I thought it would be too scratchy and rough but after it gets moistened and loosened, it softens up and it's great, it's not too scratchy at all. It holds the moisture really well and doesn't mold very much at all. I replace all the substrate every 2-3 months, and of course pick out his poop any time I see any, and I think that system is working well. It means I only have to buy one of these bricks 1 or 2 times a year so it's very affordable. Just be aware it comes very compressed and it can be a bit tricky trying to break it apart. But that's not a big deal to me and it still deserves 5 stars.
Tiffany Bailey
I've had terrible luck with trying different beddings for my snakes, and so many ordered both online and bought at stores in person have either been awful quality or housing mites. I read the reviews for this and decided to give it a try and extremely impressed! I have absolutely NO complaints, and the snakes are comfortable, the humidity levels are staying great (in spite of our current weather and house temp), and it looks great as well as not having a strong smell at all too. Very, very pleased with this purchase, and I will definitely be using this brand from now on!
Miguel C.
I've tried different types of substrate and this is the best stuff I've come across. Holds humidity well. The size of this block covers A LOT! I filled two terrariums and still had plenty leftover. Super easy to get the block ready. There's a YouTube video on their website, but basically you put it in a tub, turn it upside down, make two incisions across the top. Take out the paper in front, fill with water on both sides to the top. Wait a few minutes, turn it over and make a long incision from top bottom to top to essentially empty out the bedding, and that's it.