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We have one of the largest varieties of exotic snakes for sale on the Internet. All of our animals are captive born and identified and sexed properly. We also have a vast understanding of genetics to make sure that not only are the animals described correctly but also that we can assist our customers with breeding questions and help them identify animals they may already own. Owning a exotic snake is a privilege that many other countries do not have and we carry a large selection of supplies to make sure your snake has all the necessities for a happy and healthy life.




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We carry a large selection of snakes ranging from the everyday corn and king to some of the most exotic snakes that you will find anywhere. We rely heavily on our network of professional breeders across the United States as well as our friends in Europe and Africa for some of the most exotic snakes for sale online you will find period. Keeping such a large inventory of these exotic reptiles requires all of our 25 years of husbandry, genetics and international shipping experience. We hope to be your home for pet purchases with our mobile and tablet friendly site that offers a safe and a secure online shopping experience to our customers.


There are hundreds of sites offering snakes for sale online. What sets XYZReptiles apart is our 25 years of experience collecting, rearing and breeding snakes from all around the world. We have acquired, raised and bred thousands of snakes including colubrids, boas and ball pythons as well as rear fanged snakes. We carry a huge selection and pride ourselves for our husbandry and housing techniques to ensure our customers receive quality animals.


In their natural habitats, these complex animals warm themselves in the sun, burrow underground, swim, climb trees, and travel long distances. They mate when they want to and go solo when they feel like it. All these natural types of behavior are impossible to engage in inside cramped, solitary glass terrariums, like the too-small, almost barren ones peddled by Zoo Med Laboratories, Inc., and other companies and sold in retail pet stores.


Keep an eye out for local websites like Facebook Marketplace to save money on snake food. People sometimes get rid of their snakes, or their snakes start eating new sizes of prey, or their snakes just get uninterested in frozen food after a huge buy. People are frequently willing to sell items at a bargain or even give them away for free in these situations!


Snakes of various kinds and ages require varied-sized prey and have variable metabolic rates. Most young snakes, for example, eat every 5-7 days, although certain adult snake species only require feeding every 10-14 days.


If you spend $5.00 each month for a giant mouse, it comes to $60.00 per year. Feeding larger snakes and snakes with faster metabolisms will be more expensive. Estimating the feeding cost becomes considerably more challenging if your snake needs specialized food such as frogs, reptiles, eggs, or fish.


Most snakes need one hiding place at a minimum, although the majority will be content with a basic cardboard box. If you choose to buy one from a pet store or online, they are often available for less than $10 to $20 and are priced based on size.


Aquariums, plastic storage containers, industrial reptile cages, and custom-built habitats are just some of the enclosure options available to you for your snake. Storage boxes and aquaria are often the least expensive solutions, while commercial reptile cages and sophisticated, custom-built habitats are the most costly.


The most common part of snake keeping that novice keepers neglect to pay for is veterinary treatment. And, sadly, veterinarian care may be rather expensive. Furthermore, veterinarian care might be difficult to budget for because you never know when your snake will need to see a professional


Given the unpredictability of veterinary treatment, keepers should set aside a few hundred dollars for such emergencies. You may also seek a snake-specific pet insurance plan to assist cover some of the fees you could pay.


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Are snakes legal to keep as a pet? In most places, reptiles are legal. However, some states and localities may have restrictions or bans on certain reptile breeds. This can include where and how you adopt. For example, you may need to obtain a permit if you want to capture a wild reptile to keep as a pet. This might not be necessary, though, when adopting one from captivity. You can check your local US Fish and Wildlife office for more specifics.


Preparing your home for snakes. Snakes are not always compatible with other animals as pets. In fact, even well-intentioned owners make the mistake of leaving snakes at home with other pets. This can lead to unfortunate events where another pet is harmed.


Since snakes carry diseases like salmonella that can infect humans, your pet should be kept confined in an appropriate cage or room. Snakes were not intended to be cuddled or held. If your snake spends time roaming around, plan to disinfect your home afterward to avoid cross-contamination.


Veterinary care. Seek out a veterinarian who specializes in the care of snakes. In fact, you may consider enlisting the help of a veterinarian before finalizing the adoption of a snake. A vet can help you navigate local laws, choose a breed that is easier to maintain, and find a reputable breeder for adoption.


General training for your snake. The majority of snakes cannot be trained. It is important to note that snakes bred in captivity are considered tame. Their wild counterparts may have difficulty adjusting to life as a pet.


Snake plants are easy-care houseplants. Every once in a while, repotting Snake Plants is necessary for maintaining a healthy and thriving plant. This tutorial on repotting Snake Plants shows you the steps to take, the mix to use, and when you should repot your snake plant.


I thank you for your help I love snake plants and want to be sure I am doing my best for them. However I have a problem. Two of my plants seem to be top heavy and are bending at the top of the soil. What can I do.


Hi Nell, I am new to the world of houseplants, and find your videos and website to be very helpful, thank you for all the good stuff! I just brought 2 small snakeplants (Golden Hahnii variety) from the nursery. I want to have them repotted to better pots, but not sure if I should keep them both in a single pot or plant each separately into 2 pots. What would you suggest ?


I love the yellow pots . I just repotted a snake plant my grandmother gave me almost 30 years ago. It has been in the same pot ! They are tough but it has started to look not so healthy so we put it in potting mix in a larger clay pot. The mix was brand new but was very damp when we opened the bag. Now I am concerned that we may hasten the demise of this longtime family member. There is a lot of sentimental value since my grandmother passed away 16 years ago.


We often get questions about what is an ideal beginner pet snake for those new to the hobby. Beginner meaning fairly easy to care for with not a lot of requirements other than good husbandry and attention to detail. Of all the reptiles available in the hobby, snakes seem to be the most popular. Go to any reptile show, and the majority of the animals available are of the legless kind. Snakes can make great pets. They can be secretive or outgoing, depending on the individual snake and the species, and some of them are easy to care for. Here we present you five beginner friendly snakes, in no particular order, for those new to the hobby, or for those who wish to add a new animal to your collection that is fairly easy to keep.


The rosy boa enclosure, as with all snake enclosures, should be escape proof. Also, because rosy boas are often looking for an escape route, a screened top is not recommended, as they can abrade their noses. A 20-gallon enclosure is ideal for adult rosy boas while hatchlings can be started in small shoeboxes or other similarly sized enclosure. For substrate, you can use newspaper, paper towels or aspen bedding. About two inches of substrate will enable your rosy boa to burrow. You can spot clean the enclosure as you come across wet spots and snake poop, and change out the substrate every other month or so. As with the other snakes on the list, special lighting is not necessary, but a heat source is. The best heat source is and under tank heat pad or tape on one side of the enclosure so the snake can thermoregulate. This also aids in digestion. Feed your rosy boa an appropriately sized frozen thawed mouse two to four times a month during the spring and less during the winter.


Gopher snakes (Pituophis spp.) are probably one of the best kept secrets in the hobby. They come in a variety of morphs, are fairly easy to find for sale, and their prices stay very reasonable. Gopher snake pricing starts at around $50. You can find them cheaper at local reptile shows. The gopher snake grows to about 3 to 6 feet in length, with an average length of 4 to 5 feet. They are a heavy bodied snake that can live 15+ years in captivity.


You can start these snakes in a 20-gallon long enclosure and move up to 30 gallons as adults, with four foot long enclosures the optimum size for adult gopher snakes. For substrate, about two to three inches of aspen wood bedding is ideal as this allows the snake to burrow. Special lighting is not necessary for the health of a gopher snake. Keep a single heat source on one side of the enclosure so the gopher snake can thermoregulate as they prefer temperatures from the mid-70s to the mid-80s. Keep a water bowl that is large enough for them to soak in full of non-chlorinated fresh water. You can feed your hatchling gopher snake appropriately sized pinky mice, that is the same size or just slightly larger than the widest part of the snake, while full grown adults can be fed frozen/thawed rats. 041b061a72


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