Your Reptile and Amphibian Resource and Information Site

Boas Forum

Click Here To Register and Become A Member Of The RepticZone Family  

Back to Boas Forum   Forums   Home   Members Area  

Fencelizard123   Mschip   Fencelizard123   T-pain   Fencelizard123   Kelso reptiles   Fencelizard123   T-pain   Fencelizard123   LeoLuvr   T-pain   Sandboaking  

 Member  Message

 #2259224


Fencelizard123
View Profile





 Good starter Boa?

I have two lizards a fence lizard and a leopard gecko, and I was wondering what a good starter boa would be.



03/18/12  03:44pm

 #2259256


Mschip
View Profile



  Message To: Fencelizard123   In reference to Message Id: 2259224


 Good starter Boa?

Dumerils boa! tame as a puppy!



03/18/12  08:12pm

 #2259422


Fencelizard123
View Profile



  Message To: Mschip   In reference to Message Id: 2259256


 Good starter Boa?

ok thanks mschip!



03/19/12  08:17pm

 #2261463


T-pain
View Profile



  Message To: Fencelizard123   In reference to Message Id: 2259422


 Good starter Boa?

Did u already make decision I honestly believe a Kenyan sand boa great temperament slow moving and rarely bites



04/04/12  04:22pm

 #2262823


Fencelizard123
View Profile



  Message To: T-pain   In reference to Message Id: 2261463


 Good starter Boa?

No not yet still if any body want to comment still haven’t made my choice i wont until repticon salt lake city april 28-29. thanks T-pain.



04/15/12  07:14pm

 #2263010


Kelso reptiles
View Profile



  Message To: Fencelizard123   In reference to Message Id: 2262823


 Good starter Boa?

well does it have to be a boa because a ball python would be good or a childrens python or spotted python
also theirs rosy boas



04/16/12  08:57pm

 #2263221


Fencelizard123
View Profile



  Message To: Kelso reptiles   In reference to Message Id: 2263010


 Good starter Boa?

OK thanks Kelso i like pythons but i wanted something that is easy to breed doesn’t need much humidity and has a good attitude. I have had a ball python got everything for it fed it a pinkie and it died i think it had to do with something that i got it from pets mart but i have learned my lesson.



04/17/12  11:36pm

 #2263689


T-pain
View Profile



  Message To: Fencelizard123   In reference to Message Id: 2263221


 Good starter Boa?

Sorry for ur lost but Kenyan win on humidity with proper heating nd bedding humidity will b right % it 40-50 60-80 wen shedding my sand boa haven’t even bite during sheds been nd she getting big had 2 pinkies Monday nd to 2day trying to post pics



04/21/12  04:55pm

 #2263882


Fencelizard123
View Profile



  Message To: T-pain   In reference to Message Id: 2263689


 Good starter Boa?

how much do you have to feed a Kenyan sand boa.



04/23/12  08:12am

 #2265002


LeoLuvr
View Profile



  Message To: Fencelizard123   In reference to Message Id: 2263882


 Good starter Boa?

my first snake was a sand boa, got him when he was VERY small and he is quite the little .
Every time I try to scoop him up he nips.
Once out he’s fine but a few months after getting my kenyan, i got my first ’big’ snake, a ball python that I just adore.

I feed my kenyan once a week.



05/01/12  10:16pm

 #2265251


T-pain
View Profile



  Message To: Fencelizard123   In reference to Message Id: 2263882


 Good starter Boa?

Yup juvenile can have up to 2 every 5 days a older one once a week



05/04/12  01:16am

 #2274841


Sandboaking
View Profile



  Message To: T-pain   In reference to Message Id: 2265251


 Good starter Boa?

What did you decide on? I have found that once you start, one boa isn’t enough. If you’re looking for more, I’d say sands or rosies if you like small ones. If you want something bigger, get a redtail or dumerils. Enjoy!



07/29/12  01:18am


Back to Boas Forum   Forums   Home   Members Area