Ball Python Breeder Los Angeles, California

About Us DeadMouze is based in California. Started from a person who's NOT a big fan of snake at all to pretty much a *hobbyist* out of control! We pride ourselves as a small boutique-style enthusiast in this rapid growing reptile industry. We solely focus on high quality designer investment morphs or combos (Quality >> Quantity)! ​ Our goal is always and has been to provide top quality animals for our loyal clients and most importantly to support the community and the indust

Ball Python Morphs

At the beginning of the 1990s, the ball python (Python regius) was a snake that everyone in town danced with, but no one wanted to take to the prom. Despite their perfect size and temperament, attractive colors and pattern, they were inexpensive and common snakes. Nearly everyone started out with ball pythons and boa constrictors as their first exotic, tropical snakes, but the roving eyes of young snake keepers would nearly always begin to look at other snakes that seemed mor

Ball Pythons for Sale

Ball Pythons are an excellent beginner snake and one of the most popular pet snakes due to their docile nature. Captive bred Ball Pythons are becoming more readily available in the hobby, and the many color morphs being created have added to the growing popularity of this small python species. Ball Pythons were given the name “Ball” because when threatened, they will curl into a ball and hide their head in their coils. In Europe they are called “Royal Pythons.” Common Name: B

Ball Python Care Sheet

Ball Python (Python regius) The ball python is quite simply the most popular pet python in the world. Ball pythons are generally a bit shy, but they make for ideal captives, because they are of a small size, are generally friendly, are manageable to care for, and come in a remarkable array of colors and patterns. Ball pythons are native to central and western Africa and thrive in these warm, tropical areas. They are known as the royal python in many parts of the world and are

Ball Pythons as Pets

Keeping ball pythons as pets is easier than most people think. Ball pythons make a good choice for first-time snake owners because they are a relatively small and docile species of snake. Having one of these snakes can be a very rewarding experience. Ball Pythons Ball pythons, also known as royal pythons or pythons regius, are in the same snake family as boas. All of these snakes are constrictors. Constrictor snakes wrap their body around their prey until the creature suffoca

Feeding Your Pet Ball Pythons

Ball pythons make great pet snakes for both beginner snake enthusiasts and more experienced owners who enjoy the varying color morphs. But a common concern among ball python owners everywhere is getting their pet snake to eat regularly. What Do Ball Pythons Eat? Ball pythons, like other snakes, eat varying sizes of prey depending on how big they are. Smaller and younger snakes may eat large crickets, but should ideally be eating pinkies and fuzzies until they grow larger. Adu