Advert Description

1 CB17 trans het hypo displaying the clear nail trait.
DOB - 5th May 2017
This is the last of my babies! :( it is getting brighter and brighter with each shed! The pictures do not do its colours justice at all!
It eats Rocket, Squash, Locusts and the occasional Wax worm as a treat!
It is bathed every 4/5 days to aid with shedding and to keep it well hydrated.
This baby is being raised in my home and is used to Cats, Dogs and children HOWEVER this baby was bullied by its siblings and has had to be seperated. It has kinks in its tail - due to the bullying and being pushed off the branches ect! Ever since I removed it and put it on its own it has been such an angry little thing! I try to handle daily but it does try to bite and will bite! Ppoing, shedding and eating perfectly!
Had a check up at the vets on the 21st June and poo checked - perfect health and perfect poo :) vet was not worried about the tail and the aggression can be fixed with time and patience!
Will be sold un-sexed - I have sexed it myself and to me it looks like girl but you can get them sexed when they go for a check up at 6 months.
Perfect husbandry, both parents are my pets and can be viewed and held either in their vivarium or I can bring them down for you to view and hold.
Mother: Hypo trans 100% Citrus Tiger.
Father: Double het 50% Citrus tiger 50% Leatherback. Possible Giant gene.
This baby will go to its new forever home with 1 box of Locusts and some calci-dust, included in price.
Aftercare is available although I want this babies new parents to be experienced dragon keepers and have the time and patience needed for this little one!

Its siblings sold for £110 but due to the tail and attitude I only want £80 for this little one!

Collection - but would deliver, if it's not too far, for an extra charge.
Can't answer calls between 8am - 8pm Monday to Friday. So texts and emails only between those times please.
Any questions just message me!

Additional Information

Advert Type
Private Advert
Current Age
4 months
CITES Article 10
No - this species does not require an Article 10 certificate