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Thread: GTP feeding

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    Re: GTP feeding

    Quote Originally Posted by kristan View Post
    Thanks! I had high hopes for her because she had some nice mite phased siblings from previous pairings, but she turned out all green.
    Gotta love gtp's, they truly are the ninjas of the color changing world. Never know what you are going to get.
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    Re: GTP feeding

    Quote Originally Posted by kristan View Post
    I've kept several neo gtps....I'm surprised he's still not feeding for you. I only ever had one that didn't eat and decided to send it back to the breeder rather than mess with it (I got him back later when he was more established), and I acquired that one with the knowledge that he has been a finicky eater from the start. I kept all of my neos in shoebox size containers with clothes hanger perches until they were very established. As a general rule, I try to keep perches that are pretty close to the diameter of the snake. I've found that my gtps were a little more picky about the temps of their feeders than my garbage disposal bloods. I never tried the hair dryer trick, but it seems like a good idea. I hope you get him feeding soon. Usually if I could get mine to wrap it they would eat..just getting them to wrap was usually the battle for me.

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    Re: GTP feeding

    Quote Originally Posted by Sauzo View Post
    Holy cow, that little snake is still not eating on its own? Is it a biak? I talked to a guy who has a biak as well as other GTPs and he told me his biak will grab and drop the food if he so much as closes the door while it is eating. Said his biak is the most pita feeder of all his GTPs. And Pat doesnt go crazy for food. He will inspect it for about a min while i'm jiggling it in front of him and stuff. Once he figures out it's food, he just latches onto the mouse's head and pulls back and hangs down and wraps it. Luckily, once Pat grabs food, he doesnt let go, thank god.

    I was told that hes manokwori, but at this point I don't believe any thing they told me.

    But now on a positive note he' eating two meals on his own
    Now also he seems to be much more feisty while before he would almost never strike. Nowadays he will strike it almost anything that enters his cage whether it's a mouse or my hand. luckily as a baby their teeth are not too big.

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    How is this guy doing...way to keep at it....

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