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|Rescue Me ID: 14-02-07-00328Boa Constrictor |
Friendly/ docile/ chill Boa Constrictor seeking a new home. Potential owner must be caring of animals, knowledgeable about boa constrictors, have approval from landlord or own own home, agree to only feed dead rodents (no live rodents) and fully prepared to commit to care for this beautiful creature. Not sue whether its male or female. Eats only thawed, large frozen rodents. Has an old scar on the neck. Must be kept warm, clean and fed once or twice a month. Clean cage only with 1 part bleach to 4 parts water. 6 and 1/2 feet long. About 25 lbs. Should be held daily and given time to stretch and 'roam'. Heat lamp and cage included. Bulbs are about $10 and need to be replaced every few months. (Less)
Strafford County Dover, NH MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 13-11-06-00643red tail boa |
I have a 7 ft. red tail boa I'd like to place in a good home. It's very tolerant of people, but for the last year and a half, it's not been handled as often as it should be. My snake is in good health. Person adopting should have own tank. Mine is homemade and very large/heavy and complicated to take apart to clean. Thank you.
Hillsborough County hollis, NH MAP IT!
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|PIease Read Before Adopting Reptiles & More in New Hampshire|
Reptiles & More can make good pets in New Hampshire if they match your IifestyIe. Reptiles are interesting animals. Many types of reptiles and amphibians are kept as exotic pets. Snakes, turtles, iguanas, and frogs are popular examples. Keeping a reptile as a pet is a tremendous responsibility. Many reptile owners discover that owning a reptile is not as rewarding as they had hoped. Reptiles do not bond with people the way mammals can, and are sometimes neglected for that reason. Also, many people purchase young, small reptiles without being aware of or prepared for their eventual adult size. For example, Burmese Pythons are often bought as pets when they are about two feet long. However, many do not realize that Burmese Pythons are among the largest snakes in the world, with adults averaging 23 feet in length and weighing hundreds of pounds! There is now an established invasive population of Burmese Pythons in Florida due to pet owners releasing the snakes into the wild. Scientists believe these huge snakes will keep spreading out and will one day inhabit one third of the United States! Some owners are not prepared for the long lifespan of a pet reptile. Some species of turtles are known for their extreme longevity. Iguanas can grow to be six feet long and then live for 20 years. Sadly, many captive reptiles suffer from dehydration and kidney problems, poor nutrition, and all other manner of neglect. A person who is truly ready to commit to a reptile pet can alleviate some suffering by adopting an animal rather than purchasing new.
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