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    Re: Spit Fire and Crush

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    Learn something new every day. Like i said, I'm not well versed in ATBs as they never really grabbed me but i had heard they do sit on the floor sometimes.
    I took them out one at a time yesterday. Spitfire got a good soaking to help with shedding. Crush decided to explore my arm some. No bites thankfully. They both would randomly strike the air in a random direction at times.
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    Should really let them settle in more. It's been only a week hasnt it? Generally arboreal snakes are more of a display animal. I've taken Pat out probably around 4 times or so in almost 6 months, not counting times I've had to remove him to change perch sizes and stuff.

    I didnt mess with any of my snakes until they had a few meals in them to make sure they were settled in. Then we worked on the trust and bonding deal. With arboreals, trust to me is them not tagging me when i reach in to change water or mess with their cage which i am at with Pat so i consider it mission accomplished on 'taming' Pat. He will never be treated like or expected to be like my boas or retic.
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