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 Where to buy????

Been researching but cannot find any bull/pine snakes as adults from a breeder. Does anyone know where I can get one? I was also looking into king ratsnakes with no luck either.



12/18/15  12:50pm

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  Message To: Takahiro111   In reference to Message Id: 2316149


 Where to buy????

Go on facebook
see the group colubrid crazy...plenty of folks there all over the US.

colubrid crazy



01/10/16  01:12am

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  Message To: Cphill58   In reference to Message Id: 2316490


 Where to buy????

Thanks cphill58 I’ve been trying to get a bull or gopher snake for a while now



01/10/16  01:54pm

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  Message To: Takahiro111   In reference to Message Id: 2316493


 Where to buy????

sOME VERY nice trustworthy folks there...



01/11/16  08:32am

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  Message To: Cphill58   In reference to Message Id: 2316502


 Where to buy????

I have a nice normal, female bull. She’s a big bluffer in the cage and at times while handling. Pretty typical, but actually has never bitten. Got her young as living in southern Florida, for $45.00. Was not a baby, but big enough to handle large and medium mice. I Have pine snakes too. Northern and Southern.

Check Fauna Classifieds and also Kingsnake.com. And also I always go to shows and buy a lot there, so that’s a great place to get one for a good price. But yeah, it is hard to find adults, but they are almost always awesome feeders and are large babies, so doesn’t take long. In boas and pythons, females always get larger, usually much larger and much more girthy, but with colubrids, males tend to be bigger typically. Good luck, they are awesome snakes and very hardy!



04/21/17  05:48am


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