Anyone own poisonous snakes?

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inuyasha_lover_21

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I have a frend who have a albino monicle cobra and is going to give it to me. Other than the setup what else would I need?
 

Wilhelm Joshua Tan

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that's bad exept in Davao because they keep king cobra
 

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not sure if you got it yet or if ur still looking for answers but depending where you are ur not aloud to have snakes like that without a permit
 
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I am willing to get a permit. I can do all that paper work
 

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To receive a permit for keeping poisonous creatures, isn't there some sort of inspection agency that comes to inspect your facilities, as well as your safety measures? Anytime a poisonous creature is going to be handled there should be anti-venom within reach, but aren't most anti-venoms kept at only the high-end hospitals in the country?
 
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Thats true. Only anti-venom is in the hospital but I do have a friend who can supply it to me. I dont mind an inspection. I have some old cages with locks on the front sliding doors that I can use.
 

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If you are looking for some really excellent reptile info, I would look into the forum www.redtailboas.com It is a wonderful site with several well-informed people on there. Hope this helps!

Alicia
 

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your local cites list will tell you if it is legal to own venemous snakes, or what measures need to be taken to get a permit. It's not as easy as applying and getting it, there's usually a long waiting period and heavy fees. When I got my rattlesnakes (eastern diamond backs) and my bush vipers, I waited nearly a year to get the go ahead
 

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