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Old 12-07-2011, 09:12 PM
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i have had my dwarf boa for about a week and half now and she has eaten fine and seems to really healthy.when i get her out for handling she's really calm in my hands. Somtimes she stops and freezs for about 30 sec to about a 1 min when i let her explore. Usally when my corns do this they poo or wee all over me.She does not. She has had one poo in her rub since being with me. I would like to know why she does this. Should i be consurned?

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Old 12-07-2011, 09:14 PM
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i wouldn't think that's anything to worry about. if she's calm in your hands that can't be a bad thing. lol. rather than than she was attached to your fingers... nomnom ;p x
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i would think she's just being cautious.
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Old 12-07-2011, 09:19 PM
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i wouldn't think that's anything to worry about. if she's calm in your hands that can't be a bad thing. lol. rather than than she was attached to your fingers... nomnom ;p x
She's really nice to handle. Very gentle and slow but when i put her down she sorts of freezs and then carrys on exploring.

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i would think she's just being cautious.
Yea maybe as it is a new place to explore for her.
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