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    Re: New Jersey venemous snakes

    Also yea it makes sense that they arent allowed.

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    Re: New Jersey venemous snakes

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    I dont have experience with venemous....yet
    You'll want to find a way to work with venomous animals and get some experience with them long before bringing one into your home.
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    Re: New Jersey venemous snakes

    Quote Originally Posted by Max12069 View Post
    I dont have experience with venemous....yet
    You obviously want to go that direction, but I hope you have LOTS of experience with harmless snakes first. Taking good care of snakes that you cannot touch as you
    would harmless ones makes health care a huge challenge, & one that very few vets want to help you with. I'm also not sure what the big draw is? -I prefer "hands-on"
    pets -but yes, I've kept hots, mostly because the local rattlesnakes ended up in ppl's yards & needed relocated so they weren't needlessly killed. (The ones "kept" were
    not releasable for various reasons...too long in captivity with someone else who turned them over to me, or they weren't healthy enough to survive re-location.)

    And the word is "venomous".
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    Re: New Jersey venemous snakes

    Yea i don't plan on doing it in the near future. Just curious for when/if i ever do.

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    Re: New Jersey venemous snakes

    Yea i don't plan on getting them in the near future but i rlly love snakes so its a possibility and I'm curious about it.

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