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Beginner snakes?

Discussion in 'Colubrids *General*' started by Char, Dec 25, 2005.

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  1. PCar

    PCar Elite Member

    The Three most known breeders include:

    Kathy Love
    Rich Zucowsky (I think that is spelled right)
    Don Solderburg

    There are also a lot of small breeders around that will sometimes be cheaper than the larger guys.

    Good luck in finding what you are looking for.
  2. jmherp

    jmherp Elite Member

    dont sell yourself out pcar if you have some left for sale...
  3. Fran

    Fran Veteran Member

    That would be Rich Zuchowski of Serpenco/Fauna Classifieds;)
  4. Colleen

    Colleen Elite Member

    We just got two cornsnakes for my son, he is also 11. They are easy for him to handle and take care of. They are about 18" and feed on frozen-thawed pinkies. He want another one. :D
  5. PCar

    PCar Elite Member

    Yes I still have a few left for sale. a couple Snows, some Normals, a Lavender, and a few Motleys. The normals are het for Amel and Anery and the Motley's are het for Lav. The lav is het for Motley.

    But I didn't want to turn my post into a sales ad.

    Thanks for the spelling correction Fran.
  6. Manhirwen

    Manhirwen Elite Member

    Hey, when Colleen i.e. Sean's Mom was looking into beginner snakes I had already been looking around for the best one and then reading her thread about it finally got me to decide on a corn snake and now I have two and I LOVE them. Then out of the blue I ended up with a baby ball python that needed help badly (though I did some ball python research before I even found him). I would recommend cornsnakes as the best beginner snake.
  7. roswald

    roswald New Member

    Here is a link to a pretty fair guide to Corn morphs.
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