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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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Tracy - 2008-09-13
My python poops a lot and today she had blood come out while she was. Is that bad?

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Jamie - 2008-09-09
I have had a snow corn snake named tango for about 2 years now and it has never bitten. It is one of the best corn snakes to get.

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Kimbo - 2008-09-02
I have an Albino corn snake named Tango. I have had him for 6 years, he is 4 and half foot. He is real friendly because I handle him a lot. I give him two medium mice a week. He isn't over weight and is in great shape.

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Ruben - 2008-08-22
I have a snow corn snake named striker. He is a great pet and I wouldn't trade him for any other snake in the world. He is great and has never attempted to bite me or any of my brothers. He is very gentle and I would recommend a corn snake to anybody who wants a small, easy to care for, fun, and loving pet!

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Veronica - 2008-07-30
Feeding your snake... it may have a preferance for live or dead food, some snakes like there food to be alive and others its dead.

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sondra blanks - 2008-07-18
My husband brought home a RGS about two weeks ago and it is very frendly. It likes to be held, my children love to hold it and it crawls all over them. I have not had any problems with it. I'm asuming it is a female since I got up this mornning and there where six eggs in the tank with it. I have been feeding her grass hoppers Caterpillars and small frogs. She eats when she wants. Sometimes she will go a couple of days without eating but she is doing good so far.

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Victoria Hedges - 2008-07-11
We have just bought two baby royal pythons and we have found them to be friendly and inquisitive straight away. They seem to love nothing better than to wrap around your hands and use you as a heat mat although one, Vince, seems to prefer stretching himself out along your waist/stomach/chest and warming himself there! They seem to be perfect beginner snakes and, despite what I have read, do seem to have a bond themselves as they curl around one another to sleep and both seem happy to live together and share a hide! They really are brilliant pets!

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Jason Byrne - 2008-06-26
I had what I consider a unique experience with my ball python. I feed him live mice which I know isn't the greatest. At his last feeding he was having a hard time finding the head. So, I picked the mouse up by the tail and held it in front of him and he ate it right out of my hand. I didn't think he would go for it but he did.

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Amanda - 2008-06-25
I bought an albino corn snake 6 weeks ago and she won't eat, I was wondering can any one tell me why please.

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