first and foremost get "The Boa Constrictor Manual" by jeff ronne and phillip de visoje (or however you spell his name). it has everything you need to know. you want a male of around 4-5 feet (or around 1.5-2 yrs. of age) and a female of 6 feet MINIMUM! anything smaller for a female and she will be stunted for life and produce poor offspring. oh, and make sure both boas are in PRIME CONDITION. it is EXTREMELY important that they are in peek condition. let me know if you need to know anything else.
Message To: Deshawn In reference to Message Id: 125749
Breeging my redtails
i have a male and a female red tail, and I put them together. The female is just about 6 ft if stretched all the way, but she is very very thick for her size. O by the way I think she is pregnat. She is geting a little aggressive and wont eat. Fisrts of all, do you think her size will be a problem, and 2nd, how can be sure she is pregnat.