Discussion in 'Pythons *General*' started by Ace, Apr 16, 2009.
I have had a hard time finding any info on these guys can anyone point me in a good direction?
someone on here had one, though I'll be darned if I can remember who... been a while.
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They are very closely related to Savus. They are kinda like bigger versions of Savus. Savus get around 5' max, whereas I think Macks get around 8'. Sicne they are so close, I imagine a caresheet for Savus would apply to Macks just as well.(this statment was taken from another forum)
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Just some of the stuff I found for you Hope this is the type of stuff you were looking for
Thanks! I really appreciate it, I had talked to a guy who was selling his and my husband has really been interested in getting a snake but, we have decided against purchasing from him. He said that his little guy was very snappy and tended to bite often (which I know is common for the breed); what really turned us away is that the guy had never taken the snake to the vet and admitted to it having trouble with shedding and other small issues.
With the vet bills I have for the Iguana's and my dog I am not ready to go and spend more money. When I say that I mean I don't want to have to pay for any extra underlying medical care that could be due to neglect. I am fully prepared to get a fecal float and check up but not ready to basically pay for a rescue type of situation. When he has others that are already interested in the snake.
I am still very interested in these snakes though, you don't see them too often so maybe it's one to add to the wish list.....hehehe the ever growing list......
Why why why do they call it a fecal float?
as a former Dairy Queen worker, I used to spend my days serving Root Beer floats - this puts a very bad image in my head
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