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  1. Snakes
    Just wondering guys, can a snake be put off by a scent? I bought a female blood and the old owner swears down she was puppy tame, since getting her home shes done nothing but strike and coil. I walked in to my rep room today to feed my chameleon and the whole time I was stood in there she was...
  2. Snakes
    right someone maybe taking the P when they told me this but i was told if u wear one sock for a week then put it in with the snake it helps them acclumatise to your scent and means that it is less likely to bite etc as its used to u and i being taken for a ride or is there any truth in this ??
  3. Lizards
    1. On & off past few days my Leo has been rubbing on me, partner, furniture etc when out of his viv in the evenings, mostly crotch but also tail, face etc a little too. Only for a minute or so then stops. Haven't noticed him doing it in his viv at all so assuming its scent marking? Hes about 7...
  4. Lizards
    Will the scnets from candles bother my lizard? Thay are int he same room as her, but not close to her cage.
  5. Snakes
    I've had my hognose for a few weeks now , the previous owner assures me that he was eating fine. I've tried leaving him for a week before offering the next one and even splitting a pinkie to get him interested but he won't have it. I've thought about starting to keep anoles to rub on the mouse...
  6. Snakes
    Is it possible that snakes get such a kick out of feeding that they would deliberately rub themselves over their food? Weired question and one that in 15 years of snake keeping I have never thought of before. The reason I ask, is that a few of my snakes will spend ages just rubbing...
  7. Snakes
    I have a non-feeding royal (surprise surprise, :lol2:) and have been told to scent a mouse with a chick... Now either I'm being really stupid and it's exactly as it sounds (rub chick on mouse) or some other method... I was also suggested that I could skin the chick and put that on the mouse...
  8. Other Pets and Exotics
    As the title says really. Am considering a pair of chins or guinea pigs but before i look into them further do either get stressed by the scent of cats/snakes? The room i'd be keeping them in houses my royal, and although i could keep the cats out the room would they still smell them and get...
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