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Old 01-16-04, 03:49 PM   #1 (permalink)
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what do you do with your herps when you are cleaning out their enclosures?
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Old 01-16-04, 03:53 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I put them in a plastic bin with a lid on it.... that or I hold them in one hand and clean with the other.... but that can be a bit difficult at times.
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With snakes i poot them in a special separate ocvariums, with my hamsters, mice i let them run around my sholders, my back they seem to love it and even do not wana get off when i try to poot them back in their cage.
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my snakes I put around my neck.. they are still small enough that I can do that safely. Soon my BCI will be too big! then Kenn can hold her!
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I have carriers for all my herps that i made from tupperware containers. They go in there when it's time to clean, or i make my boyfriend hold them. If it's just a spot clean i won't bother taking them out, i get in there clean it out and close the screen.
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I have a little reptile tent that I put my gecko in-it has heating of course.

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Old 01-16-04, 05:50 PM   #7 (permalink)
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I put them in a small rubbermaid container, or hold them.
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When I clean my animals enclosures... I:

Larger enclosures - (for the bigger beardie) I leave the animal in.

Snakes - I put them in snake bags/pillow cases or rubbermaids.

Larger lizards - Let them run around the room or put them in rubbermaids.

Smaller lizards - I put them in containers/rubbermaids.
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i soak my bp's
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Small rubbermaid containers for both snakes and for rats when cleaning them. Not at the same time though...
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