The pythons offered here represent years of hard work & hope. Significant time & effort have gone into their selective breeding. Every season we make thoughtful choices when pairing our adults, striving to produce offspring that are both beautiful and good-natured.
These blood & short-tailed pythons are all USA captive born & bred from our collection of adults, unless otherwise indicated. In addition to individual photos of our available snakes, we also provide links to their respective Clutch Profile pages containing clutch stats, history on sire & dam, and photos of each.
We make every effort to keep this section as current as possible, and also welcome you to contact us if there's something specific you're looking for. While we don't always have a wide selection of snakes available year-round, we may have something that hasn't made it onto the site yet so it never hurts to ask.
Finally, if you are interested in one of our snakes, we kindly request that you take a few moments to complete and submit a Prospective Owner Application. The purpose of our application is to allow us to get to know you better, and gain a deeper understanding of the potential home to which we may be sending a snake. Your information is securely maintained for this purpose only, and never shared. We do this to ensure the best homes possible for the snakes we've worked so hard to raise, and to promote more responsible practices throughout the herpetocultural community.
2019 Currently Available
We have received an OVERWHELMING response to our Sumatran Short-Tailed Python clutches this season. As such, we are making some select animals from each clutch available for reservation and short-term payment plans as they become established feeders. We know many of you are excited to reserve your "black beauty" for this season, and figured this would be the best way to accommodate some great homes, while ensuring these snakes are all well-established and eating consistently. They may be reserved with a 25% non-refundable deposit, and will not ship until they have eaten a minimum of 6 times (many are already on their second meals).