I was fascinated by snakes for as long as I can remember. As a 3 year old kid I kissed pythons at an exhibitions in Canada – my birthplace. I got my first snake when I was 6 years old and we were living in Poland already. I managed to convince my father, who is also an animal lover to buy me a Garder Snake
We brought the snake home ( even though my mother objected to the idea ) explaining to her that he eats „only” fish and frogs. A year or two later I craved for a corn snake (Pantherohpis guttatus), I would go to the pet store and look at it for hours. I started convincing my parents ( mother actually ) to allow the purchase of an animal that eats rodents. I was succesful after a while and became the proud owner of an Elaphe guttata, who lived a long life under my care.
My next addition was a Ball python (Python regius) and then it just went on. Currently I am 26 years old and I live in a room that contains only a wardrobe, bed and desk because the rest of the space is taken by the terrariums, incubators, fridge for the wintering and about 80 legless creatures.
Snakes are my passion, therefore my aim is to try to obtain and maintain the most beautiful
specimens through selection. I do not do this for living. And Im not into genetic competition for money piramid, like it is done with for ex. ball pythons – connected with the indifferent treatment of these animals. I do not plan to enlarge my breeding because I couldn’t care for a larger number of snakes by myself, and I like to do this personally. This website has been created to enable contact with me, sale of extra specimens I have from time to time and generally to show what is going on in I LOVE SNAKES breeding.
My snakes are under the great care of specialist veterinarians – when you aquire an snake from me you can be sure it is healthy and accepts food.
List of species I currently keep
Asia : Euprepiophis mandarinus , Elaphe dione , Rhadinophis prasinus , Orthriophis moellendorffi , Elaphe carinata (few morphs) , Oreocryptophis porphyraceus laticinctus , Python reticulatus ( 75% superdwarf tiger , 82.5% superdwarf tiger platinium ) , Python molurus progschai
North America : Panterophis guttatus / Elaphe guttata ( few lines of okeetee )
South America : Philodryas baroni ( green , brown , blue ) / Spilotes pullatus / Corallus caninus
Australia : Aspidites ramsayi (Woma) / Aspidites melancephalus (Blackhead python) / Morelia spilota cheynei
Africa : Python regius