4335 PACIFIC AVE
TACOMA, WA 98418
WHD is owned, managed, and maintained by married couple, Ken Lettich and Amy Savage, and was founded on Ken’s reptile experience matched with Amy’s love for the bearded dragon.
Ken has been breeding and caring for reptiles for over 25 years. His specialties have included not only bearded dragons but day geckos, king snakes, boas, and iguanas. His experience in breeding and pet care have not been limited to reptiles including both past fish and canine projects as well.
White Hot Dragons (WHD) began in Florida before relocating to Tacoma, Washington in 2017. We specialize in bearded dragons by offering a quality selection of colors (morphs), hand crafted products, and specialized services. Our boutique style facility boasts a comfortable atmosphere inviting customers to take their time in our facility whether it be deciding on taking home a new dragon baby, asking health questions, or purchasing a fun new accessory.
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Our facility also carries high quality lighting, cage decor, fun dragon accessories like harnesses and hammocks, select live feeders, and other supplies needed to suit not only a bearded dragon but other lizard pets. We buy hand crafted supplies when possible and only carry what we would recommend for your pet. In addition to dragon and product sales, we pride ourselves in offering the best pet lizard services such as day spa services and on site care consulting. Please visit our services section to learn more.
WHD also provides educational seminars to local schools and childcare establishments using a hands-on encounter with our diverse group of child friendly lizard species. We are committed to educating the public about the joys of owning a pet lizard. All reptiles are given the most appropriate habitats and are handled daily.
Amy has been a reptile enthusiast since childhood with wide experience caring for lizards and snakes of many species. She has focused her time on bearded dragons determined to raise the popularity of both lizards within the pet industry.
Together, Ken and Amy hope to see the bearded dragon become as commonplace as the dog or cat in people’s homes. Their theory is that offering more colorful and personable lizards as well as thorough consumer education is the key to achieving this vision.