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    PAM no longer allowed in Florida.

    Well i have no links. But i was just told today that the maker of PAM can no longer send to the state of Florida because they did not renew a license of some sort? I could totally be wrong but we had the makers call the store 2 days ago and say we can no longer sell it.
    The wildlife marshal came over to the reptile shop today and was asking if we are still selling it.


    Well that is all i know so far. How about any of you?
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    Re: PAM no longer allowed in Florida.

    Quote Originally Posted by mr.spooky View Post
    drive to georiga.
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    What a great solution.

    On topic, if that sticks around it would be unfortunate for all snake owners in FL. I don't know of any product that works as well.

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    Re: PAM no longer allowed in Florida.

    Quote Originally Posted by dart View Post
    What a great solution.

    On topic, if that sticks around it would be unfortunate for all snake owners in FL. I don't know of any product that works as well.
    it is a great solution,, and if the "P.A.M ban" is true,, its the only solution if you want to use P.A.M.
    i gave an alternative,,, you gave a generic coment. whos off topic?
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    Re: PAM no longer allowed in Florida.

    Quote Originally Posted by mr.spooky View Post
    it is a great solution,, and if the "P.A.M ban" is true,, its the only solution if you want to use P.A.M.
    i gave an alternative,,, you gave a generic coment. whos off topic?
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    I wouldn't call it a great solution but I agree it probably is the only one.

    What I want to know is if it is illegal to transport or posess the stuff as well.
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    Re: PAM no longer allowed in Florida.

    Quote Originally Posted by dart View Post
    What a great solution.

    On topic, if that sticks around it would be unfortunate for all snake owners in FL. I don't know of any product that works as well.
    To the OP. And anyone in Florida.. It sucks you guys can't get PAM any more.. Are there any licenses you can get to use it?

    And to you Dart. I had a SMALL mite problem and TBH Zoomed's Mite Off worked for me. Like I said I had a SMALL mite problem and caught it early. If you have a bad infestation though I would have to see only PAM would help..
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    Re: PAM no longer allowed in Florida.

    Quote Originally Posted by The Serpent Merchant View Post
    I wouldn't call it a great solution but I agree it probably is the only one.

    What I want to know is if it is illegal to transport or posess the stuff as well.
    Well i was told you can still have it. Though they cannot have PAM sold to anyone in florida. so you cannot buy it online. If you had some already before the ban then you may continue to use it. people cannot sell it.
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    Re: PAM no longer allowed in Florida.

    Quote Originally Posted by zeion97 View Post
    To the OP. And anyone in Florida.. It sucks you guys can't get PAM any more.. Are there any licenses you can get to use it?

    And to you Dart. I had a SMALL mite problem and TBH Zoomed's Mite Off worked for me. Like I said I had a SMALL mite problem and caught it early. If you have a bad infestation though I would have to see only PAM would help..
    It is not a license that we / I need. The maker of PAM has to have a license in each state in order to distribute it to that said state. The reason for that is because it is pretty much a poison.

    From my understanding. It is expensive for the makers to pay for each license in order to sell it in that state. Florida was not a big customer base so they did not want to renew the license. Meaning now we cant have it in Florida because Florida is mad they didn't pay them to sell their product. :[
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