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Posted by highlander1 on December 06, 2002 at 19:41:44:

In Reply to: Taming Amazon Tree Boas posted by magus on December 06, 2002 at 01:07:29:

:Any tips for taming amazon tree boas? Mine likes to bite a lot.


What i've noticed about the 2 i have is that they will tolerate handling to an extent.As for "taming" thats a different story.If you mean like hand tame,i do doubt that (although a couple of people have them that say they are "hand tame") but if you mean tolerating handling tame then just keep working with him/her and they should get used to the idea of being held.I wouldnt recommend gloves either.With the size of their teeth getting one caught in the glove would really piss your ATB off big time and might injure it as well.Other than what i've said its pretty much there nature to bite and be all around naughty. Regards Bill McLeod



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