How to handle a Corn Snake
Many people have a phobia of snakes, but they are more scared of you than you of them.
So I’m trying to get as much people to handle a snake and get the phobia away. So I’m teaching you how to handle and play with your corn snake.
We have 3 corn snakes, 2 are hurricane corn snakes named Hurricane and Katrina and 1 albino corn snake named Pepper.
They get to about 1-1.8m in length.
A baby corn snake is tricky because they strike a lot when they are babies, so if you are buying a baby corn snake remember they will strike a lot. So if your corn snake strikes a lot DON’T stop playing with them, you must play with them until they are out of the habit of striking.
A baby corn snake will eat a baby mouse called a pink
A teenager will eat a fussy mouse
A nearly adult will eat a hopper
An adult will eat an adult mouse
You must give them a water bowl NOT a water bottle a water bowl and clean the bowl every day.
A cage you can give medium, keep them on news paper and clean them once a week.
To know when they going to shed they go a milky blue color and they won’t eat if they going to shed.
Done By: Jade