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Unfortunately, I must rehome my Boa Constrictor as I can no longer afford to care for her as much as she needs in time, and in money.

Her sheds measure around 7 feet long, she sheds well, eats/defecates properly and is tame. Delilah has not been around any other snakes since she was very young but we have not known her to show any signs of aggression.
Delilah needs someone who can afford to buy her a much larger tank, and someone who has the time to give her the care she needs.

Although Delilah has been handled since birth and is very well behaved, she much prefers to be left on her own to explore her tank and cuddle in a blanket.

She had minor burns when we got her, and has lost the tip of her tail due to bad shedding. Her shedding schedule has now sorted out, and she sheds clear every time.

In general:
Eats every two weeks
Sheds every five weeks
Poops five days after eating
Likes to be left alone
Likes blankets
Does NOT strike feed/constrict
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Cost

By the advice of my local reptile store, I am looking in the region of £70-£80 for Delilah as she is in good health and is easy to care for after the initial set up she requires is bought.
 

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At her recent vet check up to ensure that she was okay, we discovered Delilah has a mild allergy to dust and so I am reducing her price to £60 as I understand with everything she needs, it will be harder to rehome her.

NEW PRICE:£60
 

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Delilah is coming up for her next feed so most recent pictures will be in the tank, however picture can be supplied upon request.
 

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Delilah has never bitten, simply retreated to the back of her tank when she gets has had enough. We believe her current subdued nature is due to her lack of space in the tank. When her tank provided suitable moving space, Delilah was very active and she clearly showed what she wanted.- eg food, to come out, to be left alone etc
 
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