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    Re: The Psychology of Problem Feeders Get your Ball Python eating again

    Great article! I had a ball on a 3 month hunger strike and decided to give it a try; moved him to a new clean tub and he ate the very next day. This also worked for my picky baby ball when converting to frozen thawed.

    Thanks a bunch!

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    Re: The Psychology of Problem Feeders Get your Ball Python eating again

    Very interesting read! Thanks for sharing

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    Re: The Psychology of Problem Feeders Get your Ball Python eating again

    Very interesting read. Makes sense gonna have to it!


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    Sadly, this didn't work for me.

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    Re: The Psychology of Problem Feeders Get your Ball Python eating again

    Very interesting and I get what your saying thank you so much for this knowledge. ........

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    Re: The Psychology of Problem Feeders Get your Ball Python eating again

    Quote Originally Posted by satomi325 View Post
    Sadly, this didn't work for me.
    Hasn't worked for me either.


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    Re: The Psychology of Problem Feeders Get your Ball Python eating again

    I'm trying this. I thoroughly cleaned each cage and rearranged everything.

    I think all I've done so far is piss off all of my snakes! Lol! Persephone keeps looking out at me like, "ummm IDIOT, my hide goes over THERE!"

    We'll see if this works in a few days.


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    Re: The Psychology of Problem Feeders Get your Ball Python eating again

    lol its funny sometimes when your snake looks at you its like they are saying what were you thinking or were is my Mouse moose your late......

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    Re: The Psychology of Problem Feeders Get your Ball Python eating again

    Great article, very interesting! Going to try this for my 2 year old girl who has gone on a three-month hunger strike--I hope it works!!
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    Re: The Psychology of Problem Feeders Get your Ball Python eating again

    Wow needed this

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