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Boa Constrictor
#RB-BC-1700011
Sub-adult / Male / *547g /Lineage & genetics unknown

We’ve had this handsome little boa as a guest here at the Reptile Bliss resort for almost a year. He passed his intake exam and quarantine/observation period (90 days) with flying colors. Coming to us as a surrender, we were not able to get verifiable genetic or lineage information, but he’s one of the most beautiful animals we’ve had the pleasure to work with! He would be a great first pet for a qualified home, but would be an amazing addition to any collection. He’s got the perfect disposition to be a wonderful educational, support or therapy animal!

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NO LONGER AVAILABLE

Ball Python (Python Regius)
#RB-BC-170005
*940g / Age, Sex, Lineage & Genetics unknown.

This cute little bugger has been with us for almost a year, and is about as friendly as they come! A super calm animal, but pretty active and curious! He/she came to us as a rescue, through one of our awesome crew members, and was just a tiny bit underweight upon arrival here at the Reptile Bliss Resort. Back up to a good healthy build again, he/she’s never had any other issues as a guest here. A fantastic pet for a qualified “beginner” home.

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NO LONGER AVAILABLE

Boa Constrictor
#RB-BC-1700012
Sub-adult / Female / *3424g /Lineage & genetics unknown

This gorgeous female Boa is one of our PD/Animal control intakes, and has been with us for a little over 6 months now. She’s actually a bit larger than what we would automatically list as a “sub-adult” boa, but we don’t know what her genetic background is, so we want to bring attention to the fact that it IS POSSIBLE that she could grow to be a fairly large animal (or not), and anyone considering her as a pet should be well prepared for that possibility. That said, she’s an awesome companion animal that’s definitely got some fun genetics working, even if we can’t pinpoint them!

A little more animal than we would recommend for a first reptile pet, but a lucky find for a qualifying keeper!

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NO LONGER AVAILABLE

Ball Python (Python Regius)
#RB-BC-170006
Sub-adult / Male / *884g /Lineage & genetics unknown

Another rescue brought to us through the awesome members of the C.H.E.T. network (CHETenn.org). Another that was underweight when he came to us, but has gained back to a healthy girth with no other issues presenting since becoming a guest here at the Reptile Bliss Resort earlier this year. Very typical “ball python sweet” personality. Would make a great pet for a qualified home.

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NO LONGER AVAILABLE

Ball Python (Python Regius)
#RB-BC-170007
*799g / Age, Sex, Lineage & Genetics unknown.

This friendly little bugger has been with us for quite some time now (2016) and has actually been one of the favorites for visitors (and crew!) to hang out with! Super fun and inquisitive, and has had no issues aside from the all-to-common low weight at intake (doing well now though!). This one’s going to make a fun pet for a qualified home!

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NO LONGER AVAILABLE

Ball Python (Python Regius)
#RB-BC-170008-SN
Sub-adult / Male / *284g /Lineage & genetics: G-Stripe
**SPECIAL NEEDS ANIMAL**

This little guy is an amazing looking little critter, with a super fun personality! A G-Stripe ball python, with a twist! Well, sort of… He was born with little kinks in his spine at his tail end! They don’t seem to bother him at all, nor do they appear to cause any abnormalities in any other way (health, bodily functions, mobility).

The only other issue we’ve had was that he became a bit finicky at feeding time for a while, but definitely seems to be over that at this point!

With these two issues being/having been present, we feel it necessary to make sure he goes to a well qualified home that is experienced enough to deal with these conditions. That said, though ball pythons typically make fantastic “first reptile pets”, we would not recommend this particular one as such.

He is a SUPER sweet little baby that will make a well qualified home a very happy place!

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NO LONGER AVAILABLE

Ball Python (Python Regius)
#RB-BC-170009-SN
Adult / Male / *1600g /Lineage & genetics unknown
**SPECIAL NEEDS ANIMAL**

We’ve nicknamed this guy “Old Man (2)”. Just like our original “Old Man” Ball Python a few years ago, we don’t actually know how old he is, but we do know that he’s well into adulthood. He’s a pretty social guy, so we’re guessing he was cared for fairly well for most of his life prior to his arrival at the Reptile Bliss Resort. Healthy and normal in every way that we can tell, except for one thing – he has a reversed rib! It creates a little bump at the side of his belly, but doesn’t seem to bother him in any way that we can tell!

We got this one from a vet tech at an animal hospital that confirmed the reversed rib with x-rays after he was rescued.

He’s been with us for some time now, and he’s one that we will have an especially hard time saying goodbye to. He’s a great companion pet, and would also do well as an educational, therapy, or support animal.

As he has obviously lived well with the reversed rib for years, we don’t anticipate any issues coming from that condition, but still feel that he is better left off of our list of “first reptile pet” recommendations, but will make a wonderful pet for a qualified home!

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NO LONGER AVAILABLE

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