Salazar is a really friendly and happy snake but unfortunately I can no longer give him the attention and handling he deserves. My partner is petrified of him and whilst he was smaller it wasn’t a problem but he’s getting bigger and I’m concerned that once he reaches a certain size I shouldn’t handle him on my own.
He will come with a viv which is a diamond shape approximately 4ft wide by 3ft deep and 7ft tall. There is a detachable 1ft cupboard underneath. The heat lamp will also be in the viv along with a fitting for another bulb which currently does not work. He will have the thermostat with him as well. All the items in the picture (water tub, bowl, bark and beaches/logs) will also come with him.
He is currently fed on 1 large rate from pets at home once a month.
Will need to be collection only as neither myself nor my partner drive.
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