VPI BOAS FOR SALE 2018

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The VPI collection of snakes has changed over the years. Today we maintain species of pythons and boas that we have come to deem as the most suitable for the greatest numbers of keepers. We work with Ball pythons Python regius, Blood Pythons Python brongersmai, Borneo short-tailed pythons Python breitensteini, Sumatran short-tailed pythons Python curtus, and boa constrictors. These species are easy to breed, easy to raise, thrive in captivity, are generally docile, and are small-to-medium sized snakes. Additionally, these species have established bloodlines with novel and beautiful morphs and appearances, making them the focus of a great deal of attention by many keepers around the world.

VPI BOAS AVAILABLE 6/03/18

SUNGLOW T 66% HET ANERY 0.1 BEAUTIFUL!

PINK PANTHER T 2.2 SUPER NICE! READY TO GO!

MOTLEY JUNGLE 100% HET T 1.0 SO NICE!!

MOTLEY HET T 1.0 REALLY NICE PATTERN AND COLORS!

MOTLEY T 1.0 BEAUTIFUL YELLOW SNAKE! 1.0

HYPO ABY 100% HET T 1.1 SUPER CONTRAST GREAT LOOK!

 

WE ONLY SELL CAPTIVE BRED AND CAPTIVE HATCHED/BORN. All are feeding well and have good growth. Our emphasis is on producing very limited numbers of high quality animals of which every one has our personal attention. After the sale we provide excellent support and information to our customers. Shipping via FEDEX SYR inside the USA only.

1) PAYMENT PLAN: We are happy to help you with a payment plan available up to four months on individual animals priced at $300+ shipped!

2) PAYMENT OPTIONS: Payment by personal check, MO, Paypal to vpi@beecreek.net, Bank transfer and all major CC, AND SQUARE.

3) DISCOUNTS: Discounts available on multiple snake purchases and/or straight pay! Email Tracy at: tbarker@beecreek.net or Dave at: vpi@beecreek.net

4)**Please be aware of all housing, local, and state ordinances and laws where they may apply and make sure transfer of any snake is to a responsible buyer and a knowledgeable and safety conscious keeper.

Sincerely, Tracy/VPI

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