Upgrade your pal’s home swagger with the Pisces USA Grapewood Reptile Hide Tube. Made from all-natural hollow grapewood collected from Napa Valley vineyards in California, it’s the perfect hideout and ideal retreat for reptiles, amphibians, small birds and even small invertebrates. Not only does it provide a safe place for your friend to feel secure in his home, but it also adds a touch of natural beauty to your display that’s sure to impress. Plus, it’s easy to clean with just warm water. And it’s durable and totally non-toxic, so it’s great for everyday use.
Made from hollow California grapewood sourced from Napa Valley vineyards.
All-natural wood with no other materials so it’s perfectly safe and non-toxic for your pal.
Perfect to add enrichment and a safe hideout for reptiles, amphibians, birds and invertebrates.
Easy to clean by just washing with warm water so you can keep your pal’s home hygienic.
Available in two lengths so you can choose the perfect one for your needs.
I took a chance buying this, but it worked out very well for my leopard gecko! This is his preferred hide and he loves to burrow underneath! It's long enough for him to comfortably hide inside, yet wide enough to turn around without issue. The insides are also rough (but not to the point where it'll hurt him), which really helps him along when shedding! Overall, great hide!
Not as advertised
on Nov 6, 2018
It’s just a piece of wood not a half tube like advertised. My critter can’t hide under it which is why I bought it. She can only climb on it.
Ball python hide
on Aug 11, 2018
I use this hide for my ball python. It perfect for her because she's been gaining weight pretty fast. Its a little on the big side for my 30 gal terrarium but that's not a problem with a smaller water dish.
Not like the picture
on Mar 15, 2018
Only very small flat reptiles can get under this. It has a couple of sharp twigs on it. My Lizard can not even bask comfortably on it. The sharp twigs poke at him. It is very light weight and can not get it to stand flat without it tipping over when my bearded dragon tries to climb on it. It is in the garage now, total waste of money. It might be fine with a small lightweight type reptile.
Not really a hideaway
on Mar 5, 2018
Well, it would be better if it was actually tall enough and had ground clearance for my snake to get under but it has neither. She can crawl on top but that isn't why I purchased it.