Please do not email us about adoption unless you can meet these requirements.

  1. Local homes only: We are in WA state and do NOT ship animals. You must live in our area to adopt from us. Western ID and northern OR may be considered depending on the situation.
  2. Enclosure must be pre-approved: You will be denied adoption if your enclosure fails to meet Snake Haus standards. That means you will need to show photo proof of it and have correct size, design, and heating already installed. NO screen tops! If your enclosure has a screened top you will be denied – no exceptions. Feel free to email us for guidance ahead of time in setting up your new enclosure.
    • Design plans for building your own can be found here: Build Your Own
    • There are health reasons why we do not allow screen tops. You can read about this topic here: No Screens
  3. No minors: We will not adopt an animal out to a child. If you are looking for an animal and are under 18 your parent must contact us and agree to be primarily responsible for that animal’s lifelong care.
  4. Permanent residence: We prefer that our adopters OWN THEIR HOME. Please do not ask to adopt from us if you are renting and plan to move in the next few years. Moving and being unable to take the animal along is one of the most common reasons for surrender.

If you are able to meet the above requirements email Expect to discuss your intentions, long term plan, and enclosure in detail via email. This helps us get to know more about you and ensure that our animals are going to a good home.  This is a process and takes time. We are very busy so might not always answer emails same day – please be patient. Once you are approved you will be allowed to complete an application and adoption agreement.

ADOPTION FEES: Snake Haus adoption fees differ according to the type of animal.

Our goals are to find excellent long-term homes for all snakes that are in need.  Unfortunately, the color and size of some of these animals changes their worth in the eyes of many pet owners.  Individuals with special genetics are often desired more than the normals.  Yet breeding project produce far more normals. 

We have chosen different adoption fees for animals with special genetics, or size, in an effort to help ensure these animals all have a fair chance at adoption. 

$60 – Normal smaller species

$100 – Significant adult size (large normal boas, retics, or burms)

$200 – Special genetics: color morphs or dwarf species

$300 – Exceptionally rare or special individuals

Adoption fees and donations can be paid on the donation page.


We have TWO locations that specialize in different types of snakes. Snake Haus West manages all the giants but also has a few medium and small individuals. That’s where you will find most of our boas and all of the retics, burms, and anacondas. Snake Haus East manages the “littles” so the colubrids and most of the ball pythons are there, although we have a couple of boas in the east, as well as a few ball pythons in the west. Follow the link below to see the animals at each location. Individuals can be transferred to and from either location if needed for adoption but remember we do not ship!

Snake Haus WEST – the giants

Snake Haus EAST – the littles

Contact or for questions regarding adoptions. You will be required to have enclosure set up and approved ahead of time. Approval is not guaranteed. We reserve the right to decline any adoption request if we feel it is not in the best interest of the animal.

Successful Past Adoptions:


Adopted by the Brassfield family


ADOPTED by the Evans-Kitto family


ADOPTED by the Ducatt family


Box turtle

ADOPTED by the King family


Male Columbian Boa


Male Columbian Boa – the guy is ancient! At more than 30 years old he will only be considered for adoption to the right home. He deserves a peacefull and quiet retirement!


Adopted by the Ford family 3/1/21

Pied ball python

Adopted by the Ford family 3/1/21

Snow ball python


Adopted by the Luddeman family 3/3/21

Banana ball python


Adopted by the Napier family

This little guy is doing very well. He has grown to be a calm and very handleable young gentleman!


Adopted by the Hanna family 11/6/20


Adopted by the Whalen family 11/9/20



Adopted by the Heard family

Male Columbian Boa- This handsome fella is so much fun! He loves to come out for exercise and socializing.


Adopted by the Wynand family 6/27/20

Glitch is a part dwarf reticulated python. He is still young and learning how to be around people. He has a strong food response so hook training will be mandatory. He also get’s a little bit scared when out for handling so you should be ok with someone that needs more work, training, and socialization.


Adopted by the Obst family

Female Dumeril’s boa – this big beautiful girl is very food motivated and a bit shy. Otherwise she is very good.



Adopted by the Lucia Family 4/5/2020

A young female burm who is growing into a strong and healthy adult. She had a slow start to life though so is a bit smaller than average for her age.


Adopted by the Lucia family 4/5/2020

Eve is shockingly small for a retic! She has a fierce appetite though and is growing fast.


Adopted by the Taylor family 2/10/2020
Caulker Cay Boa


Adopted by the Taylor family 2/10/2020
Caulker Cay Boa


Male Dumeril’s Boa

Adopted by the Steger family November 2019


Adopted by the Wynand family.

Mixed BCC/BCI about 5.5 feet long


Adopted by the Surber family

Male Common Boa
Over 7 feet long


Adopted by the Parmely family

Male Common Boa
Approximately 6 feet long


Male Common Boa
Adopted by the Thomas family.