Red-Sided California Garter Males
California Red-Sided Garters (Thamnophis sirtalis infernalis) born in June and July of 2015. One of our males would make exceptional pet or sire for a breeding project.
Male/Female unrelated combo’s available upon request. Save $50.00 when buying a pair.
7 in stock
We currently have a wonderful selection of male California Red-Sided Garters (Thamnophis sirtalis infernalis) born in June and July of 2015. These were produced by a Sanoma County male and female. Sanoma County’s are known for the high contrasting red and dark black cobalt sides with a bright neon blue stripe down it’s back. These babies are stunning now and will become even more beautiful as they age. We start our new borns off by feeding them live guppies and danios feeder fish, gradually introducing them to chopped pinky mice. We never feed gold fish which are loaded with parasitics. Before we sell any of our red-sided babies they’re eating a variety of frozen thawed chopped pinky mice and live earthworms. This diet will guarantee your pet will have a long and healthy life.
Males usually stay under three feet most maxing out at two and a half feet. Females usually get between three and three and a half feet. These are wonderful beginner snakes and can be quiet rewarding as pets.
Even though most young herper’s start out catching and keeping garter snakes the majority of them don’t know that garter snakes are technically classified as a rear-fang venomous species. This does not mean garters are dangerous, only a rare few are allergic to their bite and usually is less threatening than a bee sting. Read more about rear-fang venomous here on our gallery blog.
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