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    Question please help

    My ball pythons both have a respitory infection it sounds like what can I do to help them out at home



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    Re: Question please help

    Take them to a vet. If I remember correctly they'll need antibiotics that you'll have to get from a vet.

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    You need a vet.
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    Re: Question please help

    Get a swab taken before you start the initial treatment - it lets them zero in on the best treatment and can make a massive difference in the long term result.
    Derek

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