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The Kenyan Sand Boa has a dedicated and continued loyal following all over the world. This is likely due to their manageable size, simple captive care, and passive personality. Many also refer to the Kenyan Sand Boa is the East African Boa, although many enthusiasts and hobbyists refer to the this species simply as the Kenyan for the common name.

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Captive-bred Kenyan Sand Boas are typically easy to locate. We at Petware House carry many animals from in and around our local community and from reputable breeders in addition to breeding a number of species, right here at our store. Then Kenyan sound boa is a naturally accruing color and pattern, and there are hundreds of color morphs to choose from. There are a number of morphs that exist for Kenyan sand boas which include Albino, Snow, Paradox, Anerythrisit, Tiger and a number of others.

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Among the smallest of the boa species is the Kenyan Sand Boa. The male of the specie is typically smaller than it’s female counterpart and will measure approximately twenty four inches when mature. Females tend to be heavier bodied which helps support gestation and live birthing and reach a size of up to 36 inches. As you can see these are relatively small in size. With proper care and attention these snakes can live well over twenty years.

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Feeding of the Boa is a fairly straight forward process. The Boa, in addition to other snakes of all sizes, should be offered one appropriately sized prey, once a week. If your wondering how much you should feed your Boa, simply look for a noticeable bulge in the snakes belly as that will be a good indicator of enough food. Newborn, Pink mice are ideal for hatchlings, while large adults will easily consume a full size, adult mouse.

Petware House does carry a variety of foods that will appeal to your Boa. We recommend freshly killed or frozen/thawed mice. This will reduce the likely hood of your snake being bitten by its prey while being constricted. We also suggest leaving the prey in a small container for your Boa as this will prevent your snake from digesting substrate which may cause it a great deal of harm.


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You will find that most Kenyan Sand Boas are even tempered, but a few of these specimens can be feistier than normal, though they tend to squirm away rather than actually bite. Not being mindful of the speedy feeding response of the Kenyan Sand Boa is one way to land an inadvertent bite. Remember to pick up the sand boa from the middle of its body, giving your boa a chance to understand that its not dinnertime. Whatever you do, don’t approach the Sand Boa from above, near the front third of it’s body as It may assume you are food and strike at you.

A bite from the Boa will be a traumatic experience for you and your Boa. However, the Boa bite is no more sever than a scratch from a housecat and for this reason you should avoid the bite.


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Petware House carries a large variety of snakes, lizards, amphibians, and insects. We specialize in breeding the areas most diverse selection of Ball Pythons. Below are some of the projects currently in development. Stop by to see what's available now.

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All animals regardless of type, need and deserve our respect and will rely on our care. In the same fashion, the respect and care for your family, friends and your parents we need to do the same for our pets. Treating your pet with gentleness and kindness is the perfect way to show you that you care for it.


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Petware House is conveniently located on Coldwater Rd in the Coldwater Place Plaza strip, which is just moments North of the I-69, 312B exit. When heading north, you will find us on left hand side of E. Cook Rd. We have lots of parking for the general public and sufficient parking for seniors, handicap and expectant mom’s. Additional accessibility is available for handicap and for the delivery of large items into and out of our store location.

We are moving at the end of May and will announce a date as soon as possible. To view a map from our current location to our new facility, please click here.


 

 

 

 

 

 

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