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When they are bigger they are helpful. What I did When I open her cage door I take the hook and place it on top of her head not hitting her or bumping her, but lightly places it on her head. Then I would slowly reach my other hand on the tank to touch her head so she knows it inst feeding time. If i felt that she was reaching more I would repeat with hook and so on..Now she know
I've been using my new hook with all of my snakes now. I take them out with it then grasp them by the body then remove the hook, because even the nippy ones seem fine once they are out of their house. love that little hook!
best thing to do man is just let her get comfortable with her new environment and even if she bits let her bite if she is still small showing her your not gonna back own and your gonna push through and win it and tame her
I would compare a retic to a Columbian tegu just with a bigger mouth lol they can tame down to a puppy but it takes time and effort. My friend had a 20+ tiger that was a puppy that weighed the equivalent of a friggin Saint Bernard lol. Actually donated her to a zoo in Michigan somewhere.