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Old 07-05-2011, 02:06 PM
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First off, I agree the snake will not see the dog as prey...however, the snake may see the dog as a threat and strike and wrap it to eliminate the threat, the dogs fate would be in your hands! Second, why would the snake and the dog ever come into contact when you are not there? FYI, Rainbows require a higher degree of humidity and therefore are more labor intensive than other snakes. Like I said, just FYI
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