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Peter Bandre

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Incredible Pets Inc

HQ Phone:  (321) 255-9091

Email: p***@***.com

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Incredible Pets Inc

2255 N. Wickham Rd

Melbourne, Florida, 32935

United States

Company Description

We offer a live arrival guarantee on all live reptile and amphibian shipments, via Delta Dash. We have over 15 years of experience with Delta. Located just two miles from Melbourne International Airport, Incredible Pets Inc. is able to deliver live packages fo...more

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Synergy | DM Exotics

In 1997, a group of juvenile boas were imported from Suriname by Zoo Botanica of Miami and were later acquired by Peter Bandre of Incredible Pets.


http://www.floridatoday.com/article/20110213/NEWS01/102130320/1006/news01/Trendy-pet-diet-breeds-illegal-buys

It's not quite double the price, but it really depends on what you're buying," said Pete Bandre, owner of Incredible Pets in Melbourne.
He doesn't sell raw game meats but does carry established brands of all-natural pet foods.


http://www.floridaredtails.com/history.html

In 1997 a group of juveniles boas were imported from Suriname by Zoo Botanica of Miami and were then later aquired by Peter Bandre of Incredible Pets.


http://www.redtailboas.com/forum/industry-news/42845-three-s373-messages-one-new-stuff.html

So I called the largest reptile importer near me, Incredible Pets and asked Pete (who I've purchased several animals from) about what he's doing to help fight this legislation.
I was BLOWN AWAY by his contribution!! In fact, I was inspired! I was inspired to share his story in the hopes that other pet store owners would see what he's doing, and how one store can have a MASSIVE impact, and they'd be inspired to do what Pete's doing! I asked Pete if he would be willing to be a part of a video to spread the word and he said he was willing to help in any way he could! Here's the video: YouTube - Kill-S373 Video with Pete Bandre of Incredible Pets.m2ts


http://www.floridatoday.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20080721/LIFE/807210306

FLORIDA TODAY asked domestic pet experts (Pete Bandre, owner of Incredible Pets in Melbourne, John Norris, owner of Bayside Pets in Palm Bay and said Sara Lippincott, manager of shelter outreach for PetFinder.com) for tips.Some of the best starter pets are freshwater Japanese Betta fish and grommies, said Pete Bandre, owner of Incredible Pets in Melbourne (www.incrediblepets.com), which recently added a new aquarium section to the store."Those require very little care," Bandre said."They don't have to have actively moved water."Freshwater fish that do require filtration systems are still good pets for youngsters, though, Bandre said, as long as Mom or Dad is willing to help clean the tanks.Feeding freshwater fish and sliding your finger up and down the glass might seen fun to a young child, but might not be too exciting for a pre-teen or teenager, however.Bandre says small lizards are good for kids ages 6 to 9, and snakes are better for teens and pre-teens."It depends on what their interests are," Bandre said.At Incredible Pets, South American monkeys are usually in stock, Bandre said, but folks should only consider them as a pet if they're willing to keep them for 15 years or longer and give them as much attention as they would a child."You really have to entertain them and make sure they have a certain amount of socialization," Bandre said.Plus, the rarer the animal, the more expensive.


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