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Posted by BeDreamin on April 05, 2003 at 07:48:16:
In Reply to: Re: WTF handling question... posted by RetroHelix on April 04, 2003 at 21:52:33:
I understand where you are coming from and all mark, but I don't even allow anyone else near her just because I'm more afraid they'll hurt her rather than her biting/scratching them, and salmonella is a risk that pretty much all herp keepers take, it's a simple matter of washing your hands and not allowing contact w/ surfaces like kitchen counters, etc.
Thanks for the frog advice though guys. I don't think I'll get one after all. I've never kept amphibians, my brother had a Cuban (RIP) and now he keeps firebelly toads, but I don't think amphibians in general are my kind of pet.
Have a great weekend everybody.
:This is my first time posting on the treefrog forums. :)
:mark, iguanas have to be handled every now and then or they can become very aggressive. It's part of the taming process.