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    ouch that's a nasty wound. I hope you are able to get that taken care of. Good luck!

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    After a week of treating with Silvadene, I fed him with a jumbo sized rat. His wound seemed better and the scab was slowly shrinking and lifting. Today, he shed and the scab is completely gone. He has a much better looking (open) wound now, which I applied some Silvadene to help it recover without any complications. I can say that the wound is 90% healed and it will be fully healed next time he sheds, though he will have a scar for the rest of his life.

    Here a couple of pics of his wound and the part of his shed with the scab:

    The wound:


    The shed:


    The shed (inside-out):

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    that looks 10000% better than before! keep treating, and in a few more sheds it should be hardly more than a scar!

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    Hey, nice work. Thanks for sharing the pictures. I hope your noodle continues to do well.

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    Re: Rescue Sharp Albino Redtail Boa

    Wow you've done wonders with that snake wound - great job. By the way, that is a beautiful boa. Congrats.
    L. West
    1.0 CORAL ALBINO BOA (OWEN)
    1.0 PANAMANIAN HYPO BOA (SAWYER)
    1.0 DUMERIL'S BOA (GRAYSON)

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