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    Re: Jeffrey Progression thread

    Quote Originally Posted by EL-Ziggy View Post
    Do you tap her with a hook before taking her out? That generally shuts off their strong food response. Most of my snakes are pretty food crazed too. I don't reach into any of their enclosures without tapping them with a hook first. Like your critter if it's warm and moving they're gonna wanna taste.
    Yep, I tap her. It shuts off her feeding response long enough for me to pull her out, but then for the first few minutes that I hold her, she'll still strike at anyone or anything nearby. But after a few minutes, she relaxes and goes into exploring mode. Once that happens, everything is good.

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    Re: Jeffrey Progression thread

    It's feeding day. I think she knows. Not even 10 am (she gets fed in the evening) and already she was camped out at the opening of her hide, watching and waiting.



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