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Posted by sideman7 on May 01, 2003 at 03:56:48:
In Reply to: O and with the biting posted by Nut on May 01, 2003 at 02:41:52:
Uh, I don't think so... I'm not getting stitches for this little experiment. When he bites the toy, it does it to kill... He does shake it around like he is trying to snap its neck (if you scroll down a ways in the posts you will see a few sequences of photos I've posted showing this). Plus, when he is in one of his moods, I don't think he would be impressed with a little vinegar. At the height of his insanity, he would gladly charge full speed into the plexiglass of his enclosure (and make his nose bleed) trying to bite me as I walk by... I have learned how to deal with him, calm him down and avoid pissing him off when he is cranky. I've found the toy to be helpful because he does seem calmer after he has done a few laps around it and then attacked it a few times.
:if you are like me the first time i get something mad and scared I get viniger and let them bite me (it works trust me)..
:but if you don't wanna have no fun you can get what ever he bites on that you dont want him to put it on that and he will stop the biting but he looks so nice biting on that thing
:is he swinging it like a pit?