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 #2259126


Nogginbops
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 Can some RTB owners help me??

i have a rtb hypo dont know the exact name but hes about a year old ad out growing his cage.
i was wondering what are the best enclosers are for my boa. and i mean the absolute best ,, i want him to be happy



03/17/12  11:56am

 #2259331


Chameleon_man
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  Message To: Nogginbops   In reference to Message Id: 2259126


 Can some RTB owners help me??

bigger the better. lol 75 should be good for him.



03/19/12  12:42pm

 #2259486


Bciaddict
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  Message To: Nogginbops   In reference to Message Id: 2259126


 Can some RTB owners help me??

I’m partial to the Boaphile 421D cages for my adults.

Amie



03/20/12  01:38pm

 #2259978


Cphill58
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  Message To: Bciaddict   In reference to Message Id: 2259486


 Can some RTB owners help me??

I agree with Amie

the 421d is an awesome enclosure...I have a chance to purchase 1 used here in Utah, I should jump on it



03/24/12  01:41pm

 #2259983


Chameleon_man
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  Message To: Cphill58   In reference to Message Id: 2259978


 Can some RTB owners help me??

lol i did not read the word best. sorry ya i would go with what they said. idk what i was thinking.



03/24/12  02:26pm

 #2267583


Motomo
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  Message To: Chameleon_man   In reference to Message Id: 2259983


 Can some RTB owners help me??

My 6 1/2 yr, 7-foot female is in a custom built cage that she seems to be thriving in. I have blue prints if you would like to use them. It was constructed with 1/4 inch polypropelene. the doors are 1/8 inch acrylic.


Remember, colombians are arboreal. They like to climb. thats why they climb on you and wrap themselves around you so tight. Floor space is important, but climbing space is just as important, in my personal opinion. This is my only boa so I am only speaking from my personal experience as a pet owner. but I can tell you that she is very calm, very docile and mild mannered.
With any boa, the bigger the better. But also remember that they are escape artists so whatever you use, keep it well secured.



05/25/12  10:07am

 #2281060


Ublaz
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  Message To: Motomo   In reference to Message Id: 2267583


 Can some RTB owners help me??

with the size that rbt’s get to custom built cages are always the solution



09/21/12  10:00pm

 #2281417


Maggie_Mae
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  Message To: Ublaz   In reference to Message Id: 2281060


 Can some RTB owners help me??

It’s true, the bigger the better. I explain my cage in my video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OuNiTPFtqto



09/25/12  11:47pm

 #2281431


Chameleon_man
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  Message To: Maggie_Mae   In reference to Message Id: 2281417


 Can some RTB owners help me??

dummy now that its been 6-7 month. GET A BOAPHILE!!! I have 3 now!! and house all my boas in them :-) love them



09/26/12  08:31am

 #2284629


Allie Matieuski
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  Message To: Nogginbops   In reference to Message Id: 2259126


 Can some RTB owners help me??

Get A Boaphile! I’m On My Third Now. Stackable, Easily Wired For Heat Pads, And Has A Key Lock. Best Decision For My Boys.



11/04/12  02:59pm


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