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RE: kingsnake bonding

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Posted by: Bluerosy at Tue Apr 22 15:49:56 2014  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Bluerosy ]  
   

I'm telling you, if you saw they're behavior, you would know what i mean. They are very threatened by other kings. And while I don't have the wealth of knowledge you guys have, I do know bonding is brilliant, but not for the inexperienced.

I have explained my methods to bran new newbies and they kept their kings the way I suggested. It is simple and they knew less than .. well, lets just say they are very new to keeping any snake. Today they have raised their bonded snakes together and they never have a problem.. actually it is easier and safer than breeding the "traditional" way.. Think about this: You don't have to know when a female ovulates to introduce the male! You don't have to worry about cannibalism if you introduce a male into a "NEW" females cage during breeding season! and sit there and worry about them eating each other.. I wish I had a nickel every time I heard someone say I put my male into the females cage and he/she is FREAKING OUT! With bonding you take out all guesswork and make it easy for a newbie.

So I say this method is perfect for newbies.. They learned early on that it is not "us" that breed the snakes.. They are perfectly capable to do it without our "help". They are first time doers.. and it is easy for them because they did not follow the old THF methods.


   

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