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    School has been kicking my booty, hence no updates and no tall tub guide (coming soon lol, still have to take some photos for it, and I have some final touches on Maze's viv that I want to be in there.)

    Anyways, here's the girl from a few different adventures:







    Moving on to today, we did a quick weigh and a small photoshoot, in which she was mad because she'd been stuck in Scale Jail for 5 minutes. Getting weighed is rough.



    ("If I act cute will you let me out??? :3")









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    Maze is now 7 months old, and was officially upgraded to rat pups today! Most enthusiastic feeding response I've seen from her thus far, she nailed it nose-first in less than five seconds and it was gone in only a few minutes. I'm continuously impressed by her food drive.


    We did go to the vet last week, because she makes popping noises in her nose (and only in her nose) every once in a while. There are no other symptoms that anything is wrong, and I've checked inside her mouth after each incident with only a beautifully pink mouth and no mucus to be seen. Vet checked her over, and from what he can tell, she is a very healthy young snake. He listened to her lungs for a long while, and it was the most gentle thing I've seen, even as she kept trying to inchworm forward in his hands lmao. "No bad lung noises," he said. Left with instructions to keep an eye on her for anything else that would point towards an RI. In any case, the peace of mind was worth it, and this vet was a hell of a lot nicer than the last one. Definitely going back to him for her yearly check-up... or if things take a turn for the worse.

    In any case, here are some photos my roommate took while at the vet (her phone's camera isn't the best, but the composition and colors are pretty nice in my book):



    (me trying to listen to the noise while we waited fro the vet):


    She thought she was doing a pretty good job with camouflage, haha.


    A few more photos from earlier this week, after the vest visit:







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    Happy holidays! Roommate got a new camera, so she took some photos of the noodle while I had her out.






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    I found her in her humid hide yesterday. Shed approaches??????????



    I weighed her today; she's gained 30 grams in two weeks, putting her at 263g. Here she is looking for her meal!


    It's been an easy transition to a 7-day feeding schedule; the past week she's been going between her hot hide and her humid hide with no detours, until today.
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    A big girl, in the hand! Aaaaah!



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    Re: Mazikeen progression thread

    coming back here always makes me want a BP over a hognose hnnnnf


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    Re: Mazikeen progression thread

    Quote Originally Posted by baldegale View Post
    coming back here always makes me want a BP over a hognose hnnnnf


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    *stage whisper* both. both is good.
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    Re: Mazikeen progression thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Starscream View Post
    *stage whisper* both. both is good.
    i feel the same way, i just feel like hognoses are harder to take care of because of how small of an enclosure you have to keep them in in the beginning thats what has me worried


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    Omg that face!! She is too cute. Great pictures!

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    Re: Mazikeen progression thread

    Quote Originally Posted by baldegale View Post
    i feel the same way, i just feel like hognoses are harder to take care of because of how small of an enclosure you have to keep them in in the beginning thats what has me worried


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    it's all up to whichever you think would suit you better. i think i've said before that i wish i'd known about russian rat snakes before i'd gotten a bp. i wouldn't trade maze for the world, but dang. colubrids are a lot less work to keep the temps right in temperate america lol. (another year and a half until RRS is a possibility... not that i'm counting lol).
    Quote Originally Posted by omglolchrisss View Post
    Omg that face!! She is too cute. Great pictures!
    thanks!
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