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Old 11-20-2017, 09:15 AM   #11
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Care to share any pics?
I have ball pythons and corn snakes, but I'm a fan of any snake!

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Snake people lol The last snake that was around me my dogs ate it lol Pictures are cool as long as I don't have to touch it

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Old 11-20-2017, 09:17 AM   #12
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Oh I've got loads. I'll send them in groups.
First up is my male. His name is Snakerdoodles. He is the Pastel Dream Monstertail het Kahl Albino Colombian BI (I know, mouthful)
Snakerdoodle will be two in March and is a great eater just a bit of a jerk here and there.

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Old 11-20-2017, 09:20 AM   #13
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This Dahlia Rose. She's a Ghost (Anery and Hypo combo) het Kahl Albino Colombian BI.
She'll also be two around March. Dahlia is super sweet and I usually have the skittish hold or touch her.

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Old 11-20-2017, 09:24 AM   #14
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And finally we have Matilda Love. I'm not 100% on her age but I definitely know she is less than two years old. Matilda is a High Red (I'm hoping) Dominican Red Mountain Boa.
She hasn't eaten since I've gotten her but it being the colder seasons isn't helping. Due to this I don't have too many photos but she certainly has been sweet so far.

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Old 11-21-2017, 06:13 PM   #15
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Snake people lol The last snake that was around me my dogs ate it lol Pictures are cool as long as I don't have to touch it

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Mine have killed bullsnakes but that's about it. Reminds me I owe you a story on that info thread.

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Old 11-21-2017, 06:15 PM   #16
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And finally we have Matilda Love. I'm not 100% on her age but I definitely know she is less than two years old. Matilda is a High Red (I'm hoping) Dominican Red Mountain Boa.
She hasn't eaten since I've gotten her but it being the colder seasons isn't helping. Due to this I don't have too many photos but she certainly has been sweet so far.

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They are ALL beautiful. I feel you on the not eating. My clown bask python I finally got to eat last night. He didn't eat until 2 months after I got him and after that he didn't eat on his own until yesterday.

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Certainly can be frustrating. I'm at a loss as to what to do.

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Old 11-22-2017, 07:51 AM   #18
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With mine temps and humidity is all good, small emclosure with hides, think he's just learning. The one time he ate I dropped it in came back and prey was gone, all the other times after 30-60 mins always in there uneaten. This time he was doing the same thing, I had it with the forceps and he would follow it but not go for it, when I put it down, he was hovering over it andvwhat not. After 30 mins I took it back out dipped head in hot water and tried again with forceps he struck, coiled and ate- I hope he continues this! I've assist fed him a few other times every couple weeks.

My female I'm getting ready to try again this weekend. She's an adult so I'm not as concerned as my tiny hatchling. She's refused live and F/T of all variaties. A couple times I thought she would go for it, but no grrrrr! Another time she found the rat, she was on the hunt and then looked about to strike (feeding live) the rat turned around and she back peddled. Ugh!

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