When you think of boas, you probably think about giant snakes that wrap around their prey to suffocate them to death. But boas aren’t dangerous pets even though they can have deadly squeezes when it comes to their food. Owners just need to know how to safely handle their boa. Although some species of boas for sale can get large enough to be dangerous, so can other large animals like some dogs and horses. It’s all about common sense when owning boas.
Yes, boas can grow to be quite large and can be dangerous if you let them wrap around your neck. However, if you know how to properly care and handle boa constrictors, they make great pets! Boas for sale online are bred in captivity, which is why they have more docile temperaments than their wild counterparts.
Why Boas Are Popular Reptile Pets
Out of all the different snake species kept as pets, boa constrictors are one of the most popular options among hobbyists. Boas can reach very impressive sizes and lengths. Boas are also interactive pet snakes, making them fun to own. Captive bred boas are used to human handling and features a vast variety of morphs – two reasons why they are such popular reptile pets. Both beginners and experienced hobbyists prefer boas as their preferred reptile pet thanks to their great dispositions.
Different Boa Morphs
Now that you know that boas for sale are not dangerous, you might be interested in knowing that there are many boa morphs available. Just like ball pythons, there are a number of different boa morphs to choose from. From dark colors to light hues, large patterns to small, boa morphs have evolved to include a wide range of options. A quick search on xyzReptiles will showcase the different boa morphs available.
The Best Reptiles For Sale
If you’re looking for the best reptiles for sale, xyzReptiles has them all! We have a beautiful Kenyan Sand Boa for sale that you’ll absolutely love! As one of the smallest boas in the world, adults rarely ever reach 36″ in length. Kenyan Sand Boas are known to burrow in the substrate, which you leave in their tank. You can add either sand, paper or aspen substrate. They are truly a delight to own! We offer baby Kenyan Sand Boas for sale that are healthy and fed before we ship them out to their new owners. Besides boas, we offer a vast selection of reptile pets for sale, too!