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Posted by: petscorner at Mon Mar 23 02:51:46 2009  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by petscorner ]  
   

hi all i hope everyone is well, i am looking for some advice regarding my little iguana, he is a lovely little one until i try to pick him up he goes bonkers, if you can catch him he quite likes to be out as he enjoys pets and fusses he is eating well and a very placid nature, but i am a little concerned with the way he bonces around his viv he is only small and i dont want him to hurt himself, when we bought him we were told he is silly tame this does not seem to be true. some people say continue with picking him up and he will get used to it and some say take it slowly and it may tack weeks and i dint know which advice to follow. i have snakes and beardies but obviously gorbash (my little iggy) is totally different i just want to train him in a way that is safe and isn't going to mentally scar the little one for life. any advice is great fully received, thanks in advance
bobbie and gorbash


   

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