Animal Stories - Albino Corn Snake

Animal-World Information about: Albino Corn Snake

   Like all corn snakes, the albino corn snake makes an excellent pet for the advanced beginner.
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Brandy - 2011-01-10
We have an albino corn snake that was a Christmas Present for our then 10 years old. We have had her for a little over a year now. Her name is Zero. Everyone that finds out we have her are always asking what we were thinking and honestly at first I didn't think that I would like or have much to do w/ her. But, over the last year I have grown to love her as much as our other pets. She is very much a part of our family. She has a personality of her own, would never dare to bite one of us (altought I'm sure if she didn't feel safe she would for protection). She is beautiful, white w/ the pinkish spots and of course her red eyes are so amazing. She has gown quite a bit since we first got her. Honestly, I would much rather get another corn snake then a cat, dog, bird, or any other kind of pet. With the proper care they do not stink, or make a mess. They are easy to feed and care for. They make a really wonderful pet for our sons and our family. We hope she will be in our family for many, many years to come.

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  • Random person - 2011-10-22
    Really! My snake kind of that bad her cage can get messy from poo...are those bad!?
  • Mikayla - 2012-01-13

    Yes that's bad! They could crawl over it and then get so used to it that if you do clean it, they'll probably strike you( Which isn't a big deal really) and get really mad at you. Just letting you know.
  • bree - 2015-09-20
    I agree with you. I have a corn snake, bought him at LLL Reptile in Escondido, CA. Have never had attitude probs, and he LOVES his morning warm bath and can go to the bathroom there, and it gets washed down, and he loves a floating color changing light floater that he puts his head on and spins around the tub on it. He has never been agressive, and now is almost a year old. A darling pet, that you can wrap around yourself as you do laundry and such, as he gets lonely for company too. A better pet is what I agree to. I never wanted a snake in the beginning but when I went looking for a pet, I fell in love with this albino coral coloured corn snake, and he has been the love of my life and my mom loves him and also our leading pastor has met sir sneekisnake and loves him too. I agree with you to keep a love 4 your cornsnakes, as they also have love to give.
  • Anonymous - 2015-10-14
    I love corn snakes
  • Terri Bloxom House - 2016-02-21
    Mikayla, I don't know where you got your information from, but your very wrong.  Very few corn snakes are agressive if handled often and though keeping a clean cage is very important for the health of the snake, it does not make them agressive in any way shape or form. I have rescued quite a few corn snakes myself and none of them became agressive after cleaning their enviroment.  That said, it's likely that not holding your corn snake often enough would be the cause for a snake becoming agressive. As for corn snakes being great pets, that is very true.  I keep and breed corn snakes and Kenyan sand boas and they are both great pets for the beginner to the advanced reptile keeper. I currently have 16 corn snakes in my personal collection and 12 Kenyan sand boas.  If you are interested in a new corn snake or a Kenyan sand boa, you can look up my page on Facebook by searching for Tails of Scales, like my page and leave a comment.  
Tracey - 2016-01-30
Had a corn snake 5.5 yrs. old. Suddenly died today. Lower body convulsing. She lifted her upper body & opened her mouth wide then keeled over!? Dead. Almost looked like acting. Was so fast

christy - 2015-03-07
I have a albino motley king i have had him since he was 10mths hes now almost 2yrs for the first time hes not interested in eating..its been 3 weeks almost im a bit concerned bc for him this is abnormal... any educated advice?

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  • Clarice Brough - 2015-03-11
    There are many reasons why the snake may not be eating, and some have been known to go for 3 months or longer. It is important that he is drinking though, even if he won't eat. Here's a few  reasons they may not eat: could be getting ready to shed, may simply not be hungry due to having been fed too frequently previously, might be too cold, environment may have been changed and the snake is nervous or stressed, may have a digestive problem, there could be loud music causing vibration in the cage. Look closely at the surroundings and the food you are offering for clues. It's not something to get too worried about right away, but if it goes on for too long, you may want to take the snake to a vet for a check up.
Anonymous - 2015-02-17
I just got 2 albino corn snakes. I fed them. I separated them to feed them. Then it was time for me to go to bed. I checked on them. They were fine. They were laying with each other. When I woke up, one snake was gone. The bigger snake ate the little one (they were around the same size). Is that normal? Did I do anything wrong?

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  • Clarice Brough - 2015-02-18
    Make sure and be certain that one of them didn't get out. However, although it isn't common for them to eat each other, they can, and the younger they are the bigger the risk.
Kristen - 2012-05-25
Hi!! I just got my son an albino corn snake. Her name is Coral. We love her. She has grown to love my son and just rests on his arm while he holds her. Is it ok to use newspaper for her cage?

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  • justin - 2015-02-14
    newspaper is fine i personally use a bath towel or indoor/outdoor carpet only because the ink may stain its belly i hope this helped you out enjoy your corn snake!!!!!
darlene.harris - 2014-12-15
i dont have a snake but my dad did have one and i saw it and i ran for the bath room because it was so scary and when it was actually slithering under the door and it bit me it hurt.

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  • Clarice Brough - 2014-12-15
    Well I sincerely doubt that was a corn snake, and it sounds kind of strange for any snake unless it was being harrassed. Snakes are pretty scared of people, and prefer to hide and be left alone. But if cornered, they may defend themselves.
Kristy Lucas - 2014-09-21
I got me a albino creamsicle almost a year ago. every time I feed him I give him 2 days alone. After 2 day's I get him out and take him outside. (you can see when they have to poop) I did this everytime. Everyday I give him fresh water and I hold his head near it and he drinks some. well for 2 days he refused water so on the second day I decided to take him out... and wala he peed. :) I brought him back inside and he drank some water. took alot of care, love, & patience to make my snake trained to use the bathroom outside. so for all you just now getting one I suggest doing the above. it's not easy, but it saves the trouble of cleaning or smelling a nasty cage and it saves money due to not having to clean the cage alot. :)

vanity - 2014-03-16
I just purchased a female albino corn snake last night. I popped her today to confirm it was in fact a female. I was scared to hurt her and I still am scared that she's gonna die because I popped her. She hides a lot. I've tried avoiding handling. How long should I wait before handling her? Should I just wait till after her first feeding?

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  • Clarice Brough - 2014-03-20
    It's generally suggested that you wait at least a week before handling a new corn snake, to give it time to acclimate to its new home.