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    Re: Dozier the super reduced pattern reticulated Gila progress thread

    Quote Originally Posted by KevinK View Post
    I'm just saying, if that guy got bit by a Gila then I've survived a Grizzly and Orca attack as well.....come on man, watch that video and tell me it's real lol.
    Mid bet u my kidneys itís real. He does crazy stuff. Go watch his other vids and say he is faking it. Thatís kind of what he does is get bit and stung and tells u how bad it hurts. U can see the stinger get stuck in his flesh. He stated that he was done now because the pain is real! But itís easy to hate from a keyboard.

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    Re: Dozier the super reduced pattern reticulated Gila progress thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Danger noodles View Post
    Go watch his other vids and say he is faking it. .
    He's faking it. Lol

    The Gila video at least.

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    Re: Dozier the super reduced pattern reticulated Gila progress thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Sonny1318 View Post
    God bless you brother, wish you nothing but the best of luck. Better playing it safe then sorry. Not to cause trouble, but did you ever have a Tegu ? Those are sweet too!
    Thanks and nope. I thought about a tengu but I used to have a Nile monitor and savannah monitors and big lizards need very big enclosures. Didn't want to have to build a 10x4 cage lol.

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    Re: Dozier the super reduced pattern reticulated Gila progress thread

    So Dozer was all active the first few days. I think he has settled in as now he lazy after a couple meals. He perks up dhrn I slide a door open but then lays back down all stretched out inside his log on top of his heater. Not the best pic but I didn't want to bug him.

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    Re: Dozier the super reduced pattern reticulated Gila progress thread

    For a venomous reptile, they are so cute. He went back to sleep after getting breakfast in bed.

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    Re: Dozier the super reduced pattern reticulated Gila progress thread

    Is great to see how he is doing. Not a lizard guy here but he looks great.

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    Re: Dozier the super reduced pattern reticulated Gila progress thread

    Dozer had his first workout day on the bed. Little explored everywhere. Not the best pics but the little booger was on a mission


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    Re: Dozier the super reduced pattern reticulated Gila progress thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Sauzo View Post
    For a venomous reptile, they are so cute. He went back to sleep after getting breakfast in bed....
    What does venom have to do with it? Rattlesnakes are cute too, when you get to know them & they relax with your presence...it's just that isn't a good idea
    for most people. I truly never liked them BECAUSE they were venomous but in spite of it. Dozier is a very handsome dude & seems quite personable. His
    colors & marking are amazing.
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    is he aggressive when you handle him
    I'm T'd up
    I didn't see no speedbump
    I T'd off
    Dropped the top and screeched off

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    Re: Dozier the super reduced pattern reticulated Gila progress thread

    Quote Originally Posted by samsonact View Post
    is he aggressive when you handle him
    Nope. He did his once when I brought him home. Otherwise the little dude is so curious. Since his time on the bed, he has been windshield wiping the same door lol. I think he wants more enrichment. I do still wear a single glove that I use to guide him and move him though as accidents can happen.

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