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August 2020 Update!

working on da site

Aug 4, 2020 – If you’ve visited us recently (as in more recent than 2017), our site was a little messed up.

We’re working on applying a new theme that is hopefully easier for us to keep up to date. We’ll continue to fix our broken links and galleries, as we do a some lovely pictures for you all to check out.

We still actively respond to email, so feel free to ask us anything!

February 2020 Update!

Feb 23, 2020 – Hey everybody! Long time no post! Do people even keep snakes anymore?!? Joking aside, this sure hasn’t been updated in a long time but is probably still helpful to some people so we keep paying the dues to keep this site up and running (with tape and sticks).

Updates: We did finally remove the ASF rat breeder page as it seemed very out of date and a few emailed us asking for their names removed. We’ve killed the page just to make sure.

We do still have a few snakes left, and plan to probably reduce down to maybe 1 or 2 keepers, but largely are now out of the reptile husbandry.

That’s it for now! Our email is still active so feel free to reach out. Cheers!

Sept 2017 – No more rats!

Sept 21, 2017 Hi everyone,
Beginning in 2006, we’ve always had some rodents in the house. Either as pets, or feeders, or both. As of earlier this year, we no longer breed any rats. It has also been several years since we kept ASF rats either. All we have left are probably house mice and our two big boy pet rats (Biggs and Wedge).

I have updated all of the rat pages to note that we no longer keep rats; hence why this post.

We occasionally get emails asking for pet rats, and we even provided some as pets to local people. But we just made the decision to switch completely over to frozen thawed for the snakes.

Please feel free to continue to send in your comments or questions. We still love to know what people think of the website. Even though a lot of the cost data is very old and out of date, we know that we still get a lot of visitors and hope the rodent pages here continue to help people who want to breed.

Best of luck!

avatar :: Connie

Here comes a curve ball!

Guess I’m not done yet after all! Opened up this enchi het albino girl’s tub last night to feed her to find that she had shed and started glowing. I stopped pairing this girl up months ago as she was the smaller of the two girls and didn’t feel much development going on. Just goes to show you that just when you think you’ve got ball pythons figured out it’s pretty much guaranteed they’ll throw you a curve ball!