3 year old 5ft Cornsnake & amazing enclosure £200

London, London

£200

Pet Information

Advertiser Type: Standard

Advert: For Sale

Age:5 Years 8 Months 27 Days

Pet Breed: Snake

Ad Expired/Closed

Pet Description

We are not actually sure if this snake is male or female, but we decided on female. My daughter got this snake for her 7th birthday, and after 3 years and having a new puppy in the house, the snake is being ignored.

She is 5ft long, and chunky. This snake loves being handled, she is playful and active and mild natured. Excellent for young kids as well as teenagers and adults. Really easy to look after. Clean out 3 to 4 times a year. Fresh water and food once a week.

She also comes with a fantastic vivarium that has a back light, heat pad, water bowl, little house, and other interesting things the snake likes to climb around. On top of this, there is also a small side box/viv, that you can put the snake in when cleaning out.
*Key Considerations*:
- If you are not the homeowner, do you have permission of the homeowner or landlord to keep a reptile at the premises?
- Longevity consideration: Cornsnakes live until about 8 years
- Although the snake is super healthy, can you afford veterinary treatment should the need arise?

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