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Debbie Cheney - 2008-12-11
I have a 7mo old baby rtb named Manasa, her name stands for queen of all snakes in hindu mathology. I have nothing but good to say about my pet, My family and friends all admire her and have over come fear of snakes. I understand the commitment for the years to come, having helped raise a wonderful rtb. Eve since passed of old age, I always wanted to raise my own boa, and we love her very much. Proud snake owner!

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chris - 2008-11-22
Josie please e-mail me and I will be glad to help you ... biak34@yahoo.com. First and foremost all snake owners must understand how important it is to be responsible when you own an exotic animal. Lost snakes being found by those who are less than crazy about reptiles can lead to bad publicity and more pressure to ban ownership of exotics. Snakes must be kept in an enclosure that has some kind of locking mechanism. Beyond bad publicity a loose ball python can be injured or killed very quickly ... dogs, cats, and environment can quickly end a ball's life. I'd suggest you hunt in the room you kept your ball in and find think of any place that is warm or secretive (i.e. heat vents, piles of laundry, in between matresses!) When I was much younger my first ball got out and I found her underneath my pillow ... as I woke up! Good luck...

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Josie Foster - 2008-11-21
I have a 1 year old ball pyhton..and she likes to get out of her cage and hide somewhere in my house. I had it where she would only be in my room but a couple of days ago she got out again and I am not able to find her. Is there any way to find out where she might be? I need any advice...and help!


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Jovan Dargan - 2008-11-11
I have had my albino corn snake for a year and a month now and he behaves very well. Thankfully he eats both live and dead because I made a move to NC where none of the nearby stores have live. They are great to start out with before getting real big snakes. Mine is almost 2 ft already and I feed him once every 7 days, alternating between fuzzies and hoppers.

Jovan

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Donavin - 2008-11-02
Hey i have a ball python thats about 1 and a half years old she has this type of belly rot and a part of her belly has made a scarf and a scub and it's yellow and red.Please please can you help me with advice email-donavin@hotmail.com
though he is getting medication i dont know what's rong

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Anonymous - 2008-10-28
In our class we have 32 snakes, and before I was afraid. But I chose Frosty to be the one I take care of. He is a snow corn snake and he is the coolest snake ever. I am no longer afraid.

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sami o. - 2008-10-14
I have a ball python, he is about 2 ft. long and has very bright coloring. He is the calmest snake in the world. I used to typically not like snakes but when my fiance brought one home from the petstore, I fell in love. He is so gentle when it comes to handling. He doesn't strike and he is a good hunter when it comes to getting food. I fed him a live fuzzy and he got into hunting mode and started stalking that mouse, and then he struck and started constricting ,and then he dragged into the place that he wanted it in and started to eat it. He is really a good snake. I love my ball python.

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Shawn Vogel - 2008-09-28
My son has a red tailed boa. Most of the time she is nice but about a year ago she bit my daughter and today she bit me. Do they go through aggressive times or is it something we've done?

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Bigun - 2008-09-18
Ive had my Tri color for three years now! He's a great pet, almost always loves to be handled, and has never failed to eat like many python species do. I was very suprised at how trusting it is. I was transferring him to his feeding enclosure and rather than climb down from my hand, he just reached down far enough to reach his meal, held on to my hand and swallowed it down! Normally I would not give a snake this level of trust! This one has never once even struck let alone bit any one!

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kenny martin - 2008-09-14
The other day at about 3:30 a.m. I was letting my dogs out to do their duty's, and we had our garden hose coiled up on our front porch. Well while waiting for my dogs to finish their business, I happened to glance down at our hose on the porch and a snake popped its head up at me, scaring the holy crap out of me (I have been terrified of snakes all my life). Well anyway's,I wasn't fully awake at this time of morning and my instinct was to grab the snake before it grabbed or bit me. Well now I really had a dilemma because now I'm holding a snake about 4 feet long and scared like heck, and the dang thing coils around my arm. I'm thinking what the heck do I do now. Well anyway's, I ran inside the house screaming for my wife to wake up, because any time there's a snake around I gladly let her dispose of them. Well she starts laughung at me and explains that what I am holding is a ball python and that it isn't trying to kill me. She finally got me calmed down and then I got more curious about the snake and wound up holding him. Now I like to take him out all the time and he really likes to coil loosely around my neck and he pokes his head into the collar of my shirt and stays like that for hours. I really like snakes now and I really got over my fear of them.

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