How Do You Buy A Pet Boa Constrictor?
Not everyone is satisfied with a traditional domestic pet. After all, dog and cat food comes in bags, not wriggling around in small pet store cages. Plus, you don’t get the added bonus of watching a dog or cat squeeze the life out of its prey before meal time. But a boa constrictor is a whole other ballpark. Call around to find a reptile breeder that is both reputable and knowledgeable. A good breeder will be able to answer any questions you might have about choosing the right snake, as well as long-term care for the animal once you bring it home. Set up a time when you can visit the home of the breeder you’d like to do business with. Pay close attention to the surroundings. The snakes should be in a clean, spacious environment, and show signs of good care and nutrition. Beware of hobby breeders versus those who take the job seriously. Meet the parents! One of the benefits of going through a private breeder is the opportunity to observe the mother and father snakes. This will give you