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Make sure that it is mite-free before putting it with your,.


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Posted by BrianSmith on April 26, 2003 at 00:47:04:

In Reply to: IM SOO HAPPY!!! posted by dwarf_retic07 on April 26, 2003 at 00:42:01:

,..other snakes!!! Actually, one should always put all new additions to their collections through a general quarantine period of about 30 days, just to insure that nothing is inadvertently introduced to already "clean" snakes. I personally run a standard 90 day quarantine in three stages, but that's just me. For anything from any pet shop you should ALWAYS watch out for mites. That's about all the advice I can think of to give.


:Hey everyone,
:I've loved retics since i got into snakes. I always thought that they were too big for me. I've been doing a lot of reading up and I've decided to get my first retic. It is a 2001 C.B. male from Prehistoric pets. It just arrived this morning at I couldn't have been any happier. He's the sweetest thing in the world. I named him Verdi after my favorite snake book as a kid. I just wanted to tell the world that i finally have my retic. Does anybody have any good advice? thanks a lot.

:Michael





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