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Thread: A Good Trio

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    Re: A Good Trio

    Quote Originally Posted by kxr View Post
    If they aren't being bred why do you need three? I'd rather have one jaw dropping $600 animal then try to budget myself to three $200 animals.
    Well I wanted 3 because I've got the space money and time for more than one.And to be honest I didn't even think to buy just one; I just prefer 3 because I like interacting and doing /light/ travel with them (like going on walks or a quick drive to the liquor) store with my animals and having just 1 would be bad for the animal. I don't want to stress the same animal over, and over.

    And sorry for the negative response you've been getting. I really don't think it's cool.

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    Re: A Good Trio

    Quote Originally Posted by Balls2(2)TheWalls View Post
    doing /light/ travel with them (like going on walks or a quick drive to the liquor) store with my animals and having just 1 would be bad for the animal
    doing this with any BP at any time is bad for an animal that's nocturnal, solitary and stays put most of the time; you will stress them out. i highly recommend you reevaluate why you want these animals, and do a little more research.
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    Re: A Good Trio

    Quote Originally Posted by tttaylorrr View Post
    doing this with any BP at any time is bad for an animal that's nocturnal, solitary and stays put most of the time; you will stress them out. i highly recommend you reevaluate why you want these animals, and do a little more research.
    I've done my research and I've owned animals before. I know what I'm doing.

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    Re: A Good Trio

    Quote Originally Posted by Balls2(2)TheWalls View Post
    I've done my research and I've owned animals before. I know what I'm doing.
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    0.1 '16 Coral Glow (Spaghetti Marinara Noodle)
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    1.0 '17 Piebald (Pumpkin Pie)
    0.1 '17 Pastel Enchi Leopard het Piebald (Peach Sun Tea)


    1.0 Corn Snake
    1.0 ?? Hypo ("Corny" Cornelius)


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    Re: A Good Trio

    Quote Originally Posted by DennisM View Post
    I was not attacking you. I noted that your preference was perfectly fine. so is OP's.
    I apologize for overreacting to your message, after rereading your message a few times I realize there was no ill intent. I'm pretty sure I misinterpreted the tone of your first few sentences which upset me a little and caused me to misread your last few. No hard feelings

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    Edit: oh wait, i didn't realize there was a budget.
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    Re: A Good Trio

    Quote Originally Posted by Balls2(2)TheWalls View Post
    Well I wanted 3 because I've got the space money and time for more than one.And to be honest I didn't even think to buy just one; I just prefer 3 because I like interacting and doing /light/ travel with them (like going on walks or a quick drive to the liquor) store with my animals and having just 1 would be bad for the animal. I don't want to stress the same animal over, and over.

    And sorry for the negative response you've been getting. I really don't think it's cool.
    Not to burst your bubble but ball pythons prefer to be alone. Having one would be okay for the animal but if you'd rather buy three just make sure you house them individually. (just thought I'd throw that out there in case you didn't know) As long as you take that into account and you have the time, money and desire to own more than one I see no problem with it. I guess it's really no different from people who have three dogs with no intentions of breeding them.

    If I were you I'd probably go

    1. Banana $250
    2. Firebee $275
    3. Kingpin $100
    Last edited by kxr; 02-16-2017 at 07:12 PM.

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    Re: A Good Trio

    Quote Originally Posted by Ax01 View Post
    Killer Leopard Clown
    Banana Orange Dream Enchi Pied
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    Edit: oh wait, i didn't realize there was a budget.
    Wait... so you mean that list isn't budget friendly?

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    Re: A Good Trio

    I'd go with:

    A.) Black Magic $175
    http://www.morphmarket.com/us/c/rept...-pythons/44200



    B.) Banana Spider $175
    http://www.morphmarket.com/us/c/rept...-pythons/48335



    C.) Lesserbee $175
    http://www.morphmarket.com/us/c/rept...-pythons/59108



    But maybe you don't like one of those, there's option D.
    D.) Cinnamon Lesser $250
    http://www.morphmarket.com/us/c/rept...-pythons/46088

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    Re: A Good Trio

    Quote Originally Posted by kxr View Post
    Not to burst your bubble but ball pythons prefer to be alone. Having one would be okay for the animal but if you'd rather buy three just make sure you house them individually. (just thought I'd throw that out there in case you didn't know) As long as you take that into account and you have the time, money and desire to own more than one I see no problem with it. I guess it's really no different from people who have three dogs with no intentions of breeding them.

    If I were you I'd probably go

    1. Banana $250
    2. Firebee $275
    3. Kingpin $100
    As I stated earlier, I'm an experienced keeper; all of the snakes will be kept safely and separately.No animal wil go without proper care.But thank you!I love how well meaning everyone on here is.
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