Hi, trying to breed my pathers but everytime i show my female to my male, he tries to bit her. can some give me some tips to help me out? thanks-Noe
LOL!!! Sorry OP, I couldnt help myself Reptoman has a very very good suggestionIf she is looking receptive, it may be that the male is territorial about you putting her in his space. If you have a nuetral place for them to see eachother it might make things better like a large ficus or something. Have you tried showing the male to the female while she is in her cage?
If none of that works it could be her cooking nice one Jared
The visual barrier is to keep them from seeing eachother because of the stress it causes each of them, The male will constantly be trying to get to the female to breed, and a non-receptive or, even worse, gravid female would be stressed by the sight of a male at all times. It should have nothing to do with them breeding or not breeding when they are put together finally. I think nuetral territory is worth a shot. Good luck!Thanks guys! My male is about 2 and a half years old and my female is about a year and a half! She doesn't flare or open him mouth! She sees
To go towards him when I put them on my huge ficus but when she gets close to my male he puffs up and tries to bit her! One time
He got really colse and tried to take a bit of
Her back! There cages are next to eachother but I have a plastic board between there cages so they don't see eachother! I heard if they see eachother they won't breed!?