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    Re: Aggression Problems

    Awwww 5 mons. Just a baby.
    Mine is 7 mons
    WELCOME to BPs

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    I'll change his heating pad to one I can control and insulate the glass, sometimes it gets up to 90 but only if i have a room heater on so ill move him to his own room. Thanks for the advice!

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    Re: Aggression Problems

    Whats yours? Mines a Pinstripe boy named Henry
    and Thanks!

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    Re: Aggression Problems

    My boy is a banana
    Named Jellybeans ( cuz some of his markings resembles yellow jellybeans to me) but we just call him Beans for short.
    Post pics of your boy!


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    sorry i had to wait for him to finish his shed, it was the first hes had with me and it was a bit rough.
    hes all clean and handsome now!

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    Re: Aggression Problems

    Quote Originally Posted by cconlan22 View Post


    sorry i had to wait for him to finish his shed, it was the first hes had with me and it was a bit rough.
    hes all clean and handsome now!
    That's another very common reason for snakes to get "moody"...and they feel (know that) a shed is coming before it's obvious to us. How is he now?

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    He's Doing so well! I have the cage a little more insulated and temp has been perfect!
    He has been so sweet since the shed.
    I'm gonna try feeding him a baby chick this week to switch up his diet.

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    Re: Aggression Problems

    Quote Originally Posted by cconlan22 View Post
    He's Doing so well! I have the cage a little more insulated and temp has been perfect!
    He has been so sweet since the shed.
    I'm gonna try feeding him a baby chick this week to switch up his diet.
    Happy to hear it. One thing about "switching up the diet" of a BP...be sure that what you offer you'd be fine with offering from now on. Sometimes they don't want
    to go back...some BPs can be very finicky about their food, so they aren't the easiest snakes to offer variety.

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    so um should i switch it up often to keep him not picky or keep him on the same food?

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