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    Possible stuck shed, second opinions wanted.

    I got raptor out today for a little wonder and check over and on his nose is quite dull I'm sure he had a full shed two week ago so might be going into shed again the pictures don't show up as good he also has one small scale missing but he has been burrowing alot so I'm sure he's caught it but I'm kot worried as it doesn't look sore pr bothering him I'm more concerned for the dull patch around his nose pictures will be attached in the post thanks in advance.

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    Re: Possible stuck shed, second opinions wanted.

    Does anyone think there is possible stuck shed or am I just over thinking the photos really don't do it justice on how dull it is in person should I try let him soak to be on the safe side I bumped his humidity up today so will check on him again when I'm home from work

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    Re: Possible stuck shed, second opinions wanted.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mexecutioner View Post
    Does anyone think there is possible stuck shed or am I just over thinking the photos really don't do it justice on how dull it is in person should I try let him soak to be on the safe side I bumped his humidity up today so will check on him again when I'm home from work

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    I honestly wouldn’t be too concerned. Just keep your humidity in the high range and it should all come off clean in the next shed.

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    Re: Possible stuck shed, second opinions wanted.

    I agree with Rufretic just wait but keep an eye on it he may get it off his self. nice snake

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    Re: Possible stuck shed, second opinions wanted.

    Thanks for the reply's

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    Re: Possible stuck shed, second opinions wanted.

    Quote Originally Posted by spiderfreddie View Post
    I agree with Rufretic just wait but keep an eye on it he may get it off his self. nice snake
    Thank you he's my first I've had him a year now and I'm itching to get another I'd like some kind of morph.

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