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    Re: Egg removal video..

    You made that look too easy Tim!

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    Re: Egg removal video..

    Very nice it's amazing seeing how hollowed out she was. Thanks for sharing that was super cool!


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    Re: Egg removal video..

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike41793 View Post
    You made that look too easy Tim!

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    No kidding!
    If nothing ever changed, there would be no butterflies.

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    Re: Egg removal video..

    Thanks for sharing That was awsome to see.

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    Re: Egg removal video..

    Almost forgot to Ask about your Oatmeal bath I know my Dogs benefit from Oatmeal Shampoo and conditioners as People do to I never even thought of my snakes, if you would not mind please tell me the recipe Im a firm believer in Oatmeal. ...

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    I was wondering about the oatmeal as well. Do you just do it for laying females, or do you see benefits for all snakes?
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    Re: Egg removal video..

    Quote Originally Posted by Lady mkrj58 View Post
    Almost forgot to Ask about your Oatmeal bath I know my Dogs benefit from Oatmeal Shampoo and conditioners as People do to I never even thought of my snakes, if you would not mind please tell me the recipe Im a firm believer in Oatmeal. ...

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    I, myself use a French milled all natural oatmeal soap, because of it's all natural nature this is what I clean the females who just laid with.. I do so to wash off the egg scent so that they relax sooner and do not twitch or thermo regulate as long.. I want them to relax asap after such a grueling process and get back on feed asap as well..

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    Well thank you I've learned my tip for the day and your snakes are beautiful, I will go on line and see if I can find this soap do you have a Brand Name ? I will us this on me too.

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    Re: Egg removal video..

    Very cool video!

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