T- Albino Kenyan Red House Snake (#Kra1)

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Description. T-albino Kenyan red male, currently eating live but occasionally will take ft large pinks.
T- Albino Kenyan Red
House Snake Baby/Juvenile
Lamprophis
Sex:
Birth:
2022
Diet:
Frozen/Thawed Mouse

Breeder:

MorphMarket

Member

Location:
Temecula, California United States of America flag

Price:
US$200.00
Shipping:
40.00-60.00 (Domestic)
Trades:
Will Consider
First Posted:
06/23/22
Last Renewed:
08/16/22
Last Updated:
08/22/22
Animal ID:
Kra1
Store policy. Terms of service.

All animals advertised are the animals you will be receiving with accurate representation in photos to the best of my ability.

Live arrival is guaranteed, if box is opened and animal inspected and I am notified within 1 hour of the animal arriving. If I am not notified all guarantees are void.

I offer a one week health guarantee and lifetime support to all my customers and I am always happy to answer any questions you may have.

We are not responsible for any bites, scratches, or bodily injury that may be caused to you by the animal. We try our best to work with the animals and make sure to accurately describe their behavior if asked, but all animals can be unpredictable and like us can have a bad day. Always use proper safety equipment if necessary.

For payment. PayPal, venmo, cash app.
Are all accepted. 25% of the animals cost for a deposit on payment plans are not refundable and deposits are only excepted through venmo or cash app. If local cash is also fine.

My shipping days are Monday-Wednesday to give the best chance of arrival on time and avoid sitting at a hub over the weekend.

All snakes have had a minimum of 5 meals unscented with enthusiasm before being shipped unless otherwise marked. Feel free to message with any questions reptile related.

Effective January 15, 2021, MorphMarket's Default Store Policy specifies any terms which have not been overridden by this Seller's stated policy.
About Ashton's Dragons & Snakes. I have been keeping and breeding reptiles since 2013, started with bearded dragons and eventually worked my way into other species.