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Re: My Opinion...


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Posted by Julian Garcia on January 28, 2003 at 13:51:13:

In Reply to: Re: My Opinion... posted by ShySymon on January 28, 2003 at 12:49:56:

:Breeding them was just a thought. Like I said, I have been looking to get a few GTPs for a while now. I was simply trying to find out if this was a bad idea or not. I am not purchasing the animals for breeding purposes. If I do decide to breed any snakes I get, it would be to keep some of the offspring. However, keeping all of the offspring is out of the question. I'm sorry to see my questions garnered such opinions.

Not a problem. I'm just seeing alot of people trying to make "a quick buck" and see chondro pythons as a great way to make money (so they think). Noel made a great post below about this.

Getting a chondro is a great idea! As long as you are ready for the commitment. They are wounderful animals and i'm sure will bring you nothing but joy in your life.

Breeding is somthing every chondro keeper looks forward too one day. But as i said, dont let that distract you from the over all joy of keeping the species. Just make sure you buy your animal from a reputibal dealer... There are alot of very nice clutches and pairing in the making right now, you picked a great time to be in the market!

Julian


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