Hello. Haven't been on here in a while. I recently acquired a sub adult coastal carpet. She is quite beautiful, and great once out of her enclosure. Ate twice for me, and displays what I consider normal behavior in her enclosure. ( Thermoregulating, uses her shelves to perch on, ect). I know young carpets tend to be defensive, which is fine. My concern is that I don't want to make it a bad experience every time I try to take her out of her enclosure. She bites, hisses, all signs of stress/ fear in my opinion. My thought is hook training her to minimize this, but I think this will be difficult as she tends to wrap around her perch, making it a big ordeal to unwrap her, causing more stress. Thanks for reading.