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if he's a little more calm, try just grabbing him confedently. this will show you are not scared of him and if you hold him for a bit, he'll eventually calm down. This has worked for my snake and crestie so it might work for you to
I’m here, I have no idea why I said that. I’ve been doing online school, trying to get my dog walking business going, and catching snakes nearby(check my new album herping nearby) so sry if I haven’t been around. I do check everyday though for replies.