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    Re: wild garter snake that got into some trouble wont eat?

    Yep he sure was a strong little snake and wanted too keep going Me and my mum still miss him:/ But he did make us like snakes and want another one in the future

    My mum which was always afraid of well pretty much everything even pick him up trying too get him too eat. she got attach too him..


    When it comes time what are good snakes too have? Would love another one of him or a normal garter snake but i don't think anyone sells them?

    I wont be picking any up outside.. I will try and help them like we did this little guy if they in danger tho. But if they normal best too leave them be

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    Re: wild garter snake that got into some trouble wont eat?

    I would suggest a female T. radix (Plains Garter Snake) Sweet attitude, eats everything, very docile.
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    Re: wild garter snake that got into some trouble wont eat?

    So sorry about your loss. Thanks for all your efforts. It's really difficult to bring these little guys back to health after such horrendous injuries and illnesses. It's always a good idea to start with healthy individuals from breeders. We have several breeders right here on the forum to sell you high quality, healthy garters. I know the easy thing is to go herping and collect wild reptiles but that is often frought with problems and may or may not be very disappointing. Captive born and bred are a healthier animal, and have the ability to be long time pets over the wild caught. Just something to consider for the future.
    Stay in peace and not pieces.

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    Re: wild garter snake that got into some trouble wont eat?

    As I was reading through this thread I was really hoping for a happy ending. At first I thought no chance, then I though maybe there is a chance. You did all you could.

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