There has been no successful breeding of dragon snakes as most stress and die in captivity. They are a burrowing species that spends most of their time in the ground, and they need cool temps to be kept (72°F-77°F). They need a similar environment to sunbeam snakes in that they need lots of moist substrate to burrow in with a ton of cover. They are not handleable since they die extremely easily from stress, and their defensive behavior involves stiffening straight out and looking like a stick. There are no known morphs. They are for experienced keepers that have kept many difficult species before, and know they will likely never really see their snake outside of feeding and know not to handle them as it could only lead to the animal dying. Also, from all reports they are frog/fish eaters but generally take frogs best. In other words even if you could get one to eat mice, it would probably develop fatty liver disease and die from that if not the stress of being kept. They are harder to keep than wild caught sunbeam snakes, and those die from stress as well.