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Name: Me | Date: Jul 19th, 2006 7:25 PM
Go talk to someone at a pet store. They'll be able to help you better than a bunch of schmucks on a Baby Crowd forum. 

Name: To George: | Date: Jul 19th, 2006 7:26 PM
Yes, you can, but he might smoke it before you get a chance to! ;) 

Name: to Richelle | Date: Jul 21st, 2006 6:12 AM
try force feedin it 

Name: kyle | Date: Jul 21st, 2006 3:43 PM
they need a 20 gallon tank.they eat rats and dead things.love to bit so gab by head 

Name: tanner | Date: Jul 22nd, 2006 7:30 AM
I am a 30 year old mother and a lover of snakes. My daughter is 6 and she loves then as well. Its funny how our fear lays to our children lol. Most folks think of snakes as creapy crawlys( I hate spiders!!) they r warm, and they cannt feel love. Only, that person feeds me, they hold me, they will not hurt me, is a snakes frame of mind. now mind u, they can and will bite. it feels like a cat scratch, less really. just they r fast, so scary to a new owner. lol. but like any pet, they , bite, nip, what have you. I recommend a ball python. a beautiful snake. passive, frigid.
If you ever want to speak to me about snakes and children, my email is [email protected], i understand you being cautious. they really are not what u think 

Name: beef | Date: Jul 23rd, 2006 8:21 AM
people i reli need help i defrosted a pinky and put it in the tank its goin like moldy and the corn snake aint eaten it yet what should i do 


Name: michael | Date: Jul 27th, 2006 12:01 AM
wat do common garter snake eat how long do they and wat size cage do i need 

Name: beefy | Date: Jul 27th, 2006 8:34 AM
well first u keep them in a tank coz if in a cage they will get out,Garter snakes generally mate after emerging from hibernation in March or April. Females give birth to 12-40 young anytime from July through October.

Garter snakes occupy a variety of habitats including pond and stream edges, wetlands, forests, fields, rocky hillsides and residential areas. They are often observed as they bask on rocks, wood piles, stone walls, hedges and swimming pool decks. Although they feed on a variety of small animals, garter snakes' primary prey are earthworms and amphibians. Their saliva appears to be toxic to amphibians and other small animals and a bite may produce swelling or a burning rash in some people. Although garter snakes may or may not bite if handled, most individuals secrete a foul-smelling fluid from anal glands when alarmed. Occasionally, garter snakes make their way into basements, a situation that appears to be most common in spring or autumn.Common garter snakes typically eat earthworms, amphibians, leeches, slugs, ... Outside of the breeding season they do not interact much with other 

Name: beef | Date: Jul 27th, 2006 10:13 AM
has anyone got any old runescape or habbo acounts they dont use if u have can u send me thn ma email is [email protected] thx 

Name: jane | Date: Jul 29th, 2006 2:43 AM
Hi I am a 13-year-old girl, and I think u should get him a snake to see how well he does with it. They live in an aquarium.... Eat frozen mice and as they get bigger they eat bigger mice. You have to hole it all the timeÖ2 times a day... Clean out their cage. They donít like it when you move fast. Donít let people that are afraid of it hole it. (you) because the can smell the fear and get scared. I think snakes are very cool pets I have 2 ball pythons one her name is Samara, like the girl from the ring and the other I donít know what its name. 

Name: G. | Date: Jul 29th, 2006 3:08 AM
Beefy - you are like a god/goddess to snakes you know so much I love snakes I have one python not like that Jane person she has little ball python sorry beefy got sidetracked that is an old friend of mine well if u have an sn give me a holler at ...Punkchik9133 

Name: Santi | Date: Jul 31st, 2006 6:07 PM
What pet snakes are there that don't eat mice?Since buying mice every week will get expensive.Also,which snake does stay small and not up to 4 feet.or more.?? 

Name: ello | Date: Jul 31st, 2006 7:22 PM
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Name: blood shot | Date: Aug 1st, 2006 5:36 AM
my parents hate snakes but i got one anyway if your son likes mice like me i would recomend frozen mice and getteng a baby ball python as they are not aggressive as you may think they start off in a 10 gallon tank and in a year grow 1 foot and get to be 5 feet they need hidding spaces a water dish mulch and a suction cup tree comeing to aroun 200$ 

Name: liamcee | Date: Aug 11th, 2006 4:11 PM
i say take your time and do a bit of research and if its not just a fad by your son yeah i say go for it get your son the likes of a corn snake and a cheap vivarium to start and ask your local pet shop for some advice 

Name: harley | Date: Aug 12th, 2006 5:19 PM
im buidling a snake tank and am wondering what tpe of glue is safe to se so that the fumes wont hurt my snakes 

Name: Brittney | Date: Aug 14th, 2006 9:53 PM
My adivice to you is let him get the snake if he proves to you he is knowlegable enough, which means you will have to do some research of your own so you will know if he knows what he is talking about. And to answer your two questions, they eat mice/small rats (depending on what type of snake it is)and a aquarium glass cage is suitable. make sure it is escape proof for all snake, but especially for corn snakes, as they are known as escapre artists. i know, i own one. and she is awesome, so let him get one!! :-) 

Name: NIC | Date: Aug 22nd, 2006 5:26 PM
LET HIM HAVE A SNAKE, MY MOM ISNT THAT KEEN ON SNAKES BUT IM HAVIN 1 IN SEPTEMBER, A CORN SNAKE OR A GARTER SNAKE IS BEST FOR BEGINNERS, HOW OLD IS YOUR SON? HAS HE HAD A SNAKE B4? CORN SNAKES ARE LOVELY HOUSE PETS THEY EAT RODENTS SUCH AS PINKIES, FIZZIES OR BABY MICE, THEY PREFER THEIR PREY ALIVE SO U NEED TO KNOCK THE RODENT OUT B4 FEEDING IT 2 YOUR SNAKE BUT IF U DO NOT WISH TO DO THAT U CAN BUY THEM ALREADY DEAD FROM REPTILE PET STORES. BUT DONT WORRY THEY ONLY NEED TO EAT 1 RODENT A WEEK. WHITHIN THE FIRST FEW DAYS OF HAVING A SNAKE, WEN U FEED IT U CAN'T SIT THERE STARING AT IT AS IT WILL BE PUT OFF AND WILL NOT EAT, BUT AFTER SOME TIME OF BEING WITH THE SNAKE IT WILL GET USED TO YOU BEING THERE. YOU MUST NEVER WALK STAIGHT INTO THE ROOM QUICKLY OR 'COME OUT OF NOWHERE AS IT WOULD THE FRIGHT THE SNAKE AND STRESS IT AND IF SNAKES GET STRESSED IT COULD RESULT IN DEATH, YOU MUST NEVER 'SHOVE' A CORN SNAKE INTO SOMEONES FACE EITHER AS THIS COULD PUT THE PERSON IN HYSTERICS AND ALS STRESS THE SNAKE. YOU NEED A VIVARIUM FOR YOUR SNAKE AS WELL, THE WOODEN ONES WITH GLASS DOORS ARE USALLY VERY EXPENSIVE WHEREAS THE ALL GLASS ONES ARE A LOT CHEEPER. ASLO SOME PEOPLE THAT BUY SNAKES END UP GIVING IT AWAY TO RESCUE CENTRES OR ADVERTISING THEM IN THE BARGAIN PAGES AS THAY ARE UNAWERE ON HOW BIG THEY GROW TO, A FULLY GROWN CORN SNAKE WILL BE ABOUT 5-6FT IN LENGTH. YOU ALSO NEED TO CHECK YOUR SNAKE FOR MITES AND TICKS UNDER THE SCALES, TICKS ARE NOT VERY SMALL AND EASY TO SPOT WHEREAS MITES ARE TINY AND BRIGHT RED.
IF YOU DO DECIDE ON A SNAKE FOR YOUR SON PLEASE TAKE NOTE OF THE ABOVE INFORMATION FOR THE SNAKES SAKE THANK YOU NIC. 

Name: NIC | Date: Aug 22nd, 2006 5:28 PM
LET HIM HAVE A SNAKE, MY MOM ISNT THAT KEEN ON SNAKES EITHER BUT IM HAVIN 1 IN SEPTEMBER, A CORN SNAKE OR A GARTER SNAKE IS BEST FOR BEGINNERS, HOW OLD IS YOUR SON? HAS HE HAD A SNAKE B4? CORN SNAKES ARE LOVELY HOUSE PETS THEY EAT RODENTS SUCH AS PINKIES, FIZZIES OR BABY MICE, THEY PREFER THEIR PREY ALIVE SO U NEED TO KNOCK THE RODENT OUT B4 FEEDING IT 2 YOUR SNAKE BUT IF U DO NOT WISH TO DO THAT U CAN BUY THEM ALREADY DEAD FROM REPTILE PET STORES. BUT DONT WORRY THEY ONLY NEED TO EAT 1 RODENT A WEEK. WHITHIN THE FIRST FEW DAYS OF HAVING A SNAKE, WEN U FEED IT U CAN'T SIT THERE STARING AT IT AS IT WILL BE PUT OFF AND WILL NOT EAT, BUT AFTER SOME TIME OF BEING WITH THE SNAKE IT WILL GET USED TO YOU BEING THERE. YOU MUST NEVER WALK STAIGHT INTO THE ROOM QUICKLY OR 'COME OUT OF NOWHERE AS IT WOULD THE FRIGHT THE SNAKE AND STRESS IT AND IF SNAKES GET STRESSED IT COULD RESULT IN DEATH, YOU MUST NEVER 'SHOVE' A CORN SNAKE INTO SOMEONES FACE EITHER AS THIS COULD PUT THE PERSON IN HYSTERICS AND ALS STRESS THE SNAKE. YOU NEED A VIVARIUM FOR YOUR SNAKE AS WELL, THE WOODEN ONES WITH GLASS DOORS ARE USALLY VERY EXPENSIVE WHEREAS THE ALL GLASS ONES ARE A LOT CHEEPER. ASLO SOME PEOPLE THAT BUY SNAKES END UP GIVING IT AWAY TO RESCUE CENTRES OR ADVERTISING THEM IN THE BARGAIN PAGES AS THAY ARE UNAWERE ON HOW BIG THEY GROW TO, A FULLY GROWN CORN SNAKE WILL BE ABOUT 5-6FT IN LENGTH. YOU ALSO NEED TO CHECK YOUR SNAKE FOR MITES AND TICKS UNDER THE SCALES, TICKS ARE NOT VERY SMALL AND EASY TO SPOT WHEREAS MITES ARE TINY AND BRIGHT RED.
IF YOU DO DECIDE ON A SNAKE FOR YOUR SON PLEASE TAKE NOTE OF THE ABOVE INFORMATION FOR THE SNAKES SAKE THANK YOU NIC. 

Name: BRENDAN | Date: Aug 24th, 2006 4:26 PM
WRE DO GARTER HIDE UNDER AND WERE CAN YOU FIND THEM 

Name: mike | Date: Aug 24th, 2006 7:08 PM
my 12 year old daughter wanted a snake, we have never kept snakes before but decided to go for a california kingsnake. they are very good natured easey to handle and care for. they live on a diet of mice or rats. you buy froozen rodents form any good pet shop, thaw it in warm water for about 30 to 40 min, dry it off using kitchen towell then giveit to your snake using twezzers.one adault mouse per week for a adault kingsnake 

Name: Aaron | Date: Aug 25th, 2006 8:49 AM
they eat rats or mice and live in a warm tank with water and bark chippings 

Name: Danny | Date: Aug 25th, 2006 5:41 PM
If anyone was to buy a snake for any kind of reason, I would reccomend a Royal Python. 1 - They are very docile. 2 - They very very rarely attack. 3 - They are beautiful looking snakes.
You can trust a Royal Python with a baby and they wouldn't harm the baby. My first snake was a Grey Rat Snake which bit me the day i got him. I have just bought a Royal Python and had hold of her the same day!! They are beautiful snakes and I would reccomend this snake to anyone.

I wouyld say one thing though. they don't like large space as they get shy and also they do grow to a length around 4 - 6 feet. So if you are going to buy one then keep in mind the size they grow. 

Name: tony | Date: Aug 26th, 2006 4:05 PM
can feed my ballpython rabbits ? 

Name: murt | Date: Aug 28th, 2006 3:36 PM
My dog died from a snake bite over the weekend. We have seen black, green and water snakes but never a poison one. Can some one tell he what we can do to keep these things away? 

Name: sian | Date: Aug 29th, 2006 8:31 PM
snakes are easily taimable and they can be comforting in the right hands the feed off dead or alive rats,mice they live in a glass cage with a bulb witch gives out heat to keep them warm they also like to have a little plastic tree bark on the floor and a little hiding plzce in the cage but other than that they are great pets and youcanplay gameswith them too. i would advise to get your son a red rat snakes as they are very easily hanable and calm 

Name: Josh | Date: Aug 30th, 2006 7:17 PM
Do you want information about taking care of snakes 

Name: snake expert | Date: Aug 30th, 2006 7:23 PM
get a rattlesnake then when u get it take a jar about 2 meters tall and put the fangs on top of jar anddrain their venom and keep the venom and if someone gets bit by it put the anti venom where they got bit and give it away or let it go 

Name: Josh | Date: Sep 2nd, 2006 11:58 PM
what would be a good beggining snake? 

Name: jane | Date: Sep 4th, 2006 12:20 AM
some snakes eat live mice or rats but i would personly recommand the green snake they eat crickets and i own 2 they are asome!!!! and you can get a small tank for them they get to be 22 in. 

Name: lindalu | Date: Sep 4th, 2006 12:25 AM
Jane, have you tried gold fish? Put the fish in a seprate bowl of water, place it in the tank and watch him fish! 

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