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Dwarf boas are something i dont know too much about. Can all you dwarf boa owners post some pics and localities etc. What are they like with feeding? An handling?

Thanks in advance!!! : victory:
 

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We have a La Bahia Dwarf from Chaz at Snakes n Adders (Leeds), he's very calm and easy to handle, nearly 4 ft long and eats like a piglet on small rats (never in front of us though, always overnight in his viv). In fact he's one of the gentlest snakes we own, very placid and interested in his surroundings. We're total converts! They're a nice alternative to a standard BCI if you haven't the room.

Ronnie




One to show his size...
 

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Audrey, my Hogg Island Boa. She is lovely! Eats well, great temprament, never bitten or shown any sign of aggression. I love her!



 

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As well as standard BCIs we keep Crawl Cay and el salvador dwarfs.

Care is as BCI with a few small tweeks (our el salvadors like more humidity for example, and need muhc more than common boas when in shed) Feeding is as with common boas generally.
 

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This is my other halfs new Hypo Crawl Cray, Kiera.
We've only had her a week but she has a lovely temprement. Very calm and gentle and it not snappy or skittish in the slightest...we chose a good one.
She hasnt fed yet so no comment on that.







 

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Thanks for all the pics guys! Certainly something il consider :no1:
 
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