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 New to milks need help

hi i was thinking about getting a milk snake i think its called a peublean sorry to butcher the spelling anyways i had one seven years ago but it escaped and i tore my house up for almost a year looking for it to no avail but i need to know if they are aggressive in any way also how big they get in feet and how fast on average do they grow and what size cage they need when adults any info at all would be greatly appreciated thanks in advance
Amanda



12/31/12  04:31am

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  Message To: ARENEPEZ   In reference to Message Id: 2288577


 New to milks need help

Just stop right there! And pick a different type of snake. I have 10 milks, 0 of them are handleable. Pueblans get about 3 feet or so if you decide to try them. Hondurans are popular too. They get 5-6 feet and the adults are a little calmer. If you get one, good luck! Lol



01/02/13  04:08pm

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  Message To: Sandboaking   In reference to Message Id: 2288704


 New to milks need help

thanks for the information however Im buying a sub adult albino nelsons milk for $89 from a friend who breeds them and this snake is mellow and eating well so im hoping everything will be fine



01/02/13  10:13pm


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