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    T. radix Ranch guidofatherof5's Avatar
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    Re: I did it! Expect photos!

    Nice looking group.
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    Great looking babies. You'll have a lot of fun raising them up!
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    My girl shed already today, and she ate!!
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    Re: I did it! Expect photos!

    Quote Originally Posted by jaleely View Post
    My girl shed already today, and she ate!!
    Now all she needs to do is give you a good poop now.
    Steve
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    Congrats! Sweet looking garters
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    Oh there's been plenty of poop already. LOL tiny little poos. SUCH a difference than what i'm used to with all the others! You know you're a snake mama when you go "aww, what a cute tiny poo!" lol

    Here are so more photos:












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    As a second thought....after looking around a bit, I realize that very soon I'd like to separate these two so there is no accidental breeding.
    That means.....I will just HAVE to get another female, to stay with my anery, and keep her company *nods* and would another male go well with my little boy here??? Surely they will do better two males, then two females housed, correct? : )

    Seriously though...would two males live together?
    How about separate species? For instance, my red sided female anery with....a puget sound, or a florida blue?
    I plan to eventually get at least the pugets, but just wondering if the different species of females (and or males) would live together.

    I'm going to guess it's not a good idea for different species... even if they're the same size...but maybe?

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    Re: I did it! Expect photos!

    Sweet looking little scrub. Not spoiled at all
    Steve
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    You can house different species together. You'll want to make sure that if you don't want breeding you keep same sex together. As far as species, people say you'll want to make sure they are about the same size and if you plan on having them permanently together that they will eventually end up the same size. I have to admit though, I am a bit of a hypocrite on this topic. We house our pugets and our NW together. They are different sizes as adults. My thought in this is they tend to share the same habitats. We often find Pugets and NW just feet from one another when we go out snake watching.
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