Catching jumping spiders native to your area can be fun and super rewarding. It is hard to tell the age of wild caught spiders, and you may even end up with a gravid spider. We don't agree with adopting out jumping spiders we have no knowledge on to someone who may not be ready for a senior or gravid spood.
We give each spood, mature or sling, the same level of care and attention each day. We keep them well fed and keep their enclosures clean of dead or uneaten prey. Each day every enclosure is misted and each spood is observed to ensure optimal health and growth.
We ask each first time adoptive parent to fill out a questionnaire so we can make sure each spood goes to a loving home with a new parent that has all the knowledge they need to let them live their best lives.
Our website is full of all the care info needed to care for a spood. Starter kits, feeders and enclosures are also available to ensure you are fully prepared for your jumping spider's arrival. We also provide an emergency contact number for urgent questions.
Our sling cups and jumping spider enclosures are sturdy and can be reused over and over again. We are extremely mindful of waste and try our very best to use as little material as possible while caring for 100's of slings at a time. We also use recycled, recyclable & biodegradable packaging material when shipping live jumping spiders and enclosures.
We release many clutches back into the wild. PLEASE NEVER RELEASE ANY JUMPING SPIDER THAT IS NOT NATIVE TO YOUR AREA INTO THE WILD. Some of our spoody babies are relocated to local pesticide free gardens and their usual habitats in the wild of Central Florida.