Ozzy Boids LLC
PO BOX 83307
Gaithersburg, MD. 20883
(301) 524-0326

Well things are really starting to heat up over here!  We have hatched some really cool combos are we are setting up new babies every day. If you are looking to add some cool new genes to your collection, give me a shout. The best way to see a current list is to text, email or PM on our Face Book page.  To help keep book keeping manageable, we try to restrict communications to these three sources. When trying to create an invoice or pull a shipping address it can get crazy. This is why I don’t use messenger, IG or other means of communication. It simply becomes overwhelming.

Remember that we offer shipping to your doorstep in the US as well as Canada. We also deliver to the Hamm show in Germany where Couriers can pick up and deliver to most European countries.  Booking couriers from the Hamm show is the customers responsibility, but if you need assistance just go to www.dutchdragonimport.com and fill out the import/export form.  DDI will take care of the rest for you.

We anticipate hatching season to run into July this season. Here’s some eye candy from the first few clutches we have hatched.


ODYB Ultramel

Super OD Black Pastel Pin (Pos YB)

ODYB Enchi Banana Pied

On February 18th, 2018 I got my first clutch of eggs in the incubator.  The pairing was ODYB Het Ultramel x Ultramel and it yielded 10 healthy eggs.

This marks Ozzy Boids LLC 15th anniversary and my 18th year breeding ball pythons.  This has been a crazy journey that has changed my life in so many positive ways.  I’m happy that I still enjoy breeding so much and I continue to feel excited anticipating what will hatch next. This after all is what drew me to the hobby in the first place.

Although breeding ball pythons and boas is a blast and something I enjoy immensely, my passionate pursuit is not all fun and games. Growing and running a collection like the one I have takes a lot of time, effort and sacrifice.  I have dedicated a great portion of time and effort to consistently produce some amazing stock all while building a successful career in the Biotech industry and being the best father I can be to my two beautiful, sweet and amazing daughters. None of this would be possible without my customers who supported my run over the years… So Thanks Guys!!

Eternally Grateful,


Disclaimer: I’d like to state right out the gate that I am still trying to figure out what is going on with the high intensity OD. I know for a fact based on actual breeding trials that there is something going on here. However, I have not confirmed all of my theories and I don’t have a definitive explanation. The Ball Python genome is prone to random mutations and every year I’m stumped with some of my clutches.  When something weird happens, we try our best to explain whats going on with our own theories. Sometimes we get it right and sometimes we don’t. Everyone is entitled to their own opinions, including me.

Back in 2008 I hatched a really nice Dream Bee YB (OD YB Spider) female. She wasn’t the first Dream Bee YB I hatched, but she certainly was the brightest and cleanest. In retrospect, I now realize that she was as nice as most Super Dream Bee YB crosses I would later hatch. I took her to shows and displayed her in effort to promote the Orange Dream gene. She caught many eyes and several breeders tried to buy her from me. In 2011 I bred this same snake to a male OD Fire and the resulting clutch gave me the first Super Orange Dreams. This is when the project really took off and gained Global recognition has a must have gene. I produced 5 Super ODs in this clutch. A male Super OD, a male Super OD Fire, a male Super ODYB Fire, a male Super Dream Bee Fire and a female Super Dream Bee Fire. I believe the High Intensity OD started with this female Dream Bee YB and all of the original Supers carried a single High Intensity OD gene coupled with a normal. At the time, I suspected nothing and thought simply that she was just a really nice example of OD.

Over the years I noticed that some of my Orange Dreams were significantly nicer than others. They were cleaner and more orange. Obviously, I held back a lot of the nicer ones and bred them. The Super males I held back produced most of my OD offspring after 2012 and I continued to breed the original Dream Bee YB. I would receive emails, texts, phone calls and face to face compliments from fellow herpers telling me that my ODs were so much nicer than some of the others they saw out there. This generated a lot of business for me as people clearly noticed that something was going on with my ODs long before I did. For years I believe I have been producing and selling High Intensity ODs unknowingly. Four I  labeled as Supers and they later proved to be single gene ODs. At this point I simply attributed it to line breeding and since I originated the gene figured it was because I held back the best for myself.

As a result of me not recognizing something unique about these animals for several years, the OD gene pool is muddied as ever. This means many of my customers and their customers have been working with the High Intensity OD unknowingly as well. There are certainly unmarked HI OD in quite a few of my animals as well as in other animals out there in other collections. It would be very difficult to track down each possible HI OD in my collection and to be honest I am just not motivated to even bother. I now know that there are distinct differences and as the years go by I may be able to differentiate the two versions of the OD more readily. I have animals in my collection that I know are HI OD and trace back to the original female.  I will continue to work on unraveling the mystery, but my first priority is to produce amazing looking designer morphs.

So what is the High Intensity Orange Dream and how does it differ from the original? I think the High Intensity OD is simply a tweaked version of the original OD. Along the way somewhere I believe the gene underwent a slight modification that changed the visual appearance of the morph slightly. I think the difference is very noticeable to the trained eye and becomes more obvious when combined with other genes. (Please don’t bombard me with pics of your offspring guys! It’s difficult enough identifying snakes in person, its even harder doing so in digital format.) I believe I have Super ODs that carry the HI OD coupled with a regular OD gene and when bred have the capacity to throw both HI OD and normal OD. I am working to make a true Super HI OD (Double dose HI OD) that throws all HI OD.

I will continue to post pics and examples of the HI OD as I learn more. In the meantime, I recommend that you all be selective when buying OD or any other morph and go for the best examples available. This in turn will reap huge rewards in the quality of your offspring long term.

Super High Intensity Orange Dream Fire

Take Care,


Wow, I’m just Blown Away with this Clutch. This was a surprise clutch for me. Pairing was Super ODYB Enchi Pos Pos Het Pied x Fire Fly Leopard Pos Het Pied. I WAS NOT EXPECTING PIEDS! The female was produced and purchased from one of the pioneers of the hobby, Greg Graziani. I paid top dollar for her at the Daytona show a few years back… full price, no haggling. I forgot all about the male being pos het pied as his Sire was just a pos het pied. Could not sleep last night…. wow!

OD Enchi Firefly Pied Pos YB Leopard Clutch

OD Enchi Firefly Pied Pos YB Leopard

OD Enchi Fire Pied Pos YB Leopard Clutch

This has been another amazing season here at the lab!  We are having a blast hatching all of these cool, new combos! Years of selective breeding and meticulous planning is finally starting to pay off.  There is still more amazing combos to come! Please follow us on FB and/or Instagram for regular updates.

Hope you guys are having a great season… I leave you with a couple of my favorites from this season.  Orange Dream Banana Red Stripe Specter and Super Orange Dream YB Enchi Calico.


Orange Dream Banana Redstripe Specter

Super Orange Dream YB Enchi Calico