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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 05-20-2008, 01:43 PM Thread Starter
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Question My Other Thread Snake as a pet ..

Sorry guys i forgot about the post and my boyfriend reminded me
Why is it closed? and did i cause the arguements ?
Im sorry if i did x

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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 05-20-2008, 02:00 PM
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I closed it just because it was getting offtopic and I could forsee the issue that was being discused starting an argument.

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Oh sorry i didn't realise that !
Really sorry .
and i would like to thank everyone for their help aswell
Thanks x

And thanks DragonRain for letting me know x

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post #4 of 8 (permalink) Old 07-07-2008, 06:51 AM
 
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there is only one question i could answer from ur first post is that yes they make wonderful pets in my opinon if, you hold them as much as you can and wash your hands before and after you hold it.
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I read your thread that got closed and I just want to say and reasure you that nothing you said got that thread closed. People did you off topic and it turned into an argument.
Your fine hun
I've always thought that for a first time snake keeper corn snakes were the best, but I would recommend going to a reptile shop and getting someone who specialises in reptiles opinion. We went to the Koi carp company and they had expert advice there. We were thinking of getting a reptile, maybe a corn snake, but the man said we'd be better of with a bearded dragon by the sounds of out ambitions.
We decided not to get any reptile in the end, but just because we'd have to travel a long way every week to pay a lot of money for food. I also felt uncomfortable about feeding live food, even if it was just a simple cricket, I can't do bugs.
But yes, I do think that you should go to a shop and get advice, that would be best for you and your boyfriend
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If you still interested in a snake or any reptile go to a reptile show and the breeders will be more than happy to answer any question you have.





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Let me just say, I thought the other thread was just starting to get entertaining, pointless arguments are the absolute foundation of the internet.

However I must say that personally, MY favorite pointless argument of all time has the be:

The USS Enterprise vs the Millennium Falcon, ...who would win in a fight????

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Snakes are amazing pets . I can still remember my trip to go pick up my first cornsnake. Its little face was peaking out of its humidity hide and My eyes got wide with amazement. The only thing i could say was. I get to take this little guy home? The woman laughed and said. Yes hes yours. I miss the little guy.

for the best begginner snake a cornsnake is a really good choice. theres also ball pythons the only downside if if you dont get it from a good source they can be picky and go off food. their known for fasting during winter. our ball python goes off food for 3 months every year.

also make sure you snake eats frozen rodents not live. It is NOT fun having to convert a snake that is eating live. All of ours eat thawed and a few rescued we have we were told would never eat thawed. It took alot of work but w did it.
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