Since snakes can't be tamed, I'd say you can't. I know someone with a ball python and it has been doing the same thing for like three years now. She can only clean its cage when it is in the middle of eating (mouthful of mouse means no biting).
Check the temperature and housing so that you are sure they meet proper requirements. Sometimes snakes will become irritable if they're sick or in improper conditions. When is the last time the snake ate?
How old is the snake?
Most ball pythons are really docile, but there are that are plain irritable. You may just have to work slowly at acclimating it to handling.
Try hitting him on the head with a rake. The RSPCA might not be too happy about this, but it works
did you FEED IT? Damn! Those things are practically inert unless hungry...... Maybe if feeding is not the problem it SICK! Got money for the Vet?
by Haziii 6 years ago
so I wont die...or get hospitalized if my ball python bites me?so what does happen when my ball python bites me? should I seek immediate medical attention?
by canito01 9 years ago
can some one help me out with my ball python it haven't ate in almost four months already.i had it four almost two years.
by JIQRP 10 years ago
I have recently have had the experience of using Aspen Bedding in my Ball Python cages and went back to Paper after 4 months. If you are going to use Aspen by it at a local Pet shop that sells pretreated bundles. If you are a breeder or have a couple of Ball Pythons and by from the feed store or...
by Nspeel 7 years ago
What is the best way to remove ticks from your ball python?What is the best way to prevent ticks from ever being on my ball python again?
by Nspeel 7 years ago
What do you guys think of snakes?Ball Python & My Unshaved Self. Apologizes you never catch me with a shirt on my body. I go shirtless probably 96% of the day living in myrtle beach gets me into stores, banks, everything without a shirt. So again sorry for topless picture.
by mmmccarthy 8 years ago
Is sand okay for a tank for a baby ball python?My daughter has a 1 year old baby ball python and put sand on the bottom of her tank - I've researched it and can't find if this is okay or not. She won't listen to me - of course - so is sand okay for a baby ball python? thanks for any help...
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