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My Little Guy Hobson

Discussion in 'Milksnakes' started by HappyAppy, Jan 29, 2014.

  1. HappyAppy

    HappyAppy Member

    Thank you to everyone who helped with his shedding problem :) I just wanted to post a picture of my little guy Hobson the Albino Nelson's Milksnake. He's the 1st Milksnake I've ever had and he's the best tempered snake I've had compared to my kings lol

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    Last edited: Jan 29, 2014
  2. MorganLeFay

    MorganLeFay Elite Member

    Congratulations! He's certainly very pretty:) Milks have wonderful temperaments and are easy to tame, mine hasn't bitten anyone in his entire life. Keeping him will be a lot of fun!;) Here's my Milk Snake Lancelot (regular Sinaloan), he's the sweetest and most gentle snake I've ever had the pleasure to interact with:)
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  3. HappyAppy

    HappyAppy Member

    He's gorgeous! Yeah after having to peel unshed skin off of the little guy's tail I learned just how good natured they are. My king would have let me know very quick she was not pleased lol but I love her just the same. It's just amazing how two snakes so closely related are sooo vstly different from each other in personality. I love the natural colored Milks and if I get the space, money, and approval of the BF...many years down the road...that is what's next on my list. I love your snake's name by the way, we are studying Middle English Lit in my Brit Lit college class lol.

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    Just realized your user name...would that be the same Morgan le Fay from Gawain and the Green Knight...:) if not, you have an awesome name lol
     
  4. MorganLeFay

    MorganLeFay Elite Member

    Haha, thank you:) Yes, it's the Morgan from the Arthurian legend, not my own name, though I admit that would be cool XD And thanks for the compliment on Lancelot, though I must say he also used to be a problem shedder, even worse than yours. He once shed every single effing individual scale at a time, his enclosure looked like a snowstorm had passed through it. It was a nightmare:( Things have got much better, though, after I increased his temperature and got him a bigger water bowl. Some of his scales still look wrinkled, though, because the first time it happened I got annoyed and peeled the top layer of the scales off, since it was sticking up (NOT a good idea, lol)

    Actually I have a very 'Arthurian' household, since I also have a dog called Merlin. I honestly didn't mean it to be that way, it just happened, lol;)
     

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