pet health


Question by  hygienegirl (18)

How should I take care of baby grass snake?

I adopted a young grass snake.


Answer by  Elle54 (36)

Baby grass snakes like areas with a lot of grass and near water. You should feed it small rodents and/or bugs, such as beetles, grasshoppers, ants, and mice. They also like rocks and log to move across and sleep in.


Answer by  Rathjinngmailcom (234)

Find a reasonable 10-20 gallon glass aqaurium. Find suitable substrate, a place for it to hide and feel secure and of course a water dish.


Answer by  azkc (59)

Grass Snakes are notoriously hard to keep as pets. They prefer a very moist and grassy areas and will only accept live food. Babies like tadpoles and beetles.


Answer by  coco95 (234)

Keep it in a well ventilated enclosure with a tight lid so that it can not escape. Put a light or heat pad on one side of the enclosure, so that one half is warm and the other is cool. Provide a hiding area and a shallow dish of water.


Answer by  mark11572 (16)

Shelter, food, water, heat. A 10 gallon fish tank with a locking screen cover makes a nice home. You will also want to provide water, food, and heat.

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Answer by  random972 (22)

A natural habitat with grass is ideal. For feeding, they can eat any small insect, beetles, or worms. Make sure there is water available, and provide direct sunlight or a sunlamp at some point during the day.

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