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agressive Iggy

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Posted by: argos_mom at Sat Jan 23 00:31:31 2010  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by argos_mom ]  
   

I run a reptile rescue here out of my home but this is the first iguana i have rescued. He/she is a young iguana, not sure on age he's not a large iguana but not a baby. anyway he/she's agressive and i was hoping for some advice on taming him/her. I have no problems when im not touching him/her. but if i try to take him/her out of the cage he/she spazzes out with the tail whipping and biting and scratching. very cute otherwise, i love the way he/she cocks her/his head when im moving my feet under my covers. I have tried holding him/her but i get all scratched up.im not worried about a little cuts and bites but is there some kind of trick to this? i have cats /dogs/ toddler running around so no free roaming iggy. I dont know much about the history but a few of the toes are crooked like maybe they were broken. so idk. thanks


   

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