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    Yayyy:)

    This is the 2nd time Imogen has shed with me. The first time she had stuck shed. I didn’t have the humidity right. Even with it being in the mid/high 60s, she still had stuck shed. Tonight she shed all in one piece. It makes me sooo happy. I just cleaned her tank (why it looks so plain), so humidity was in the 80s. She also left me other goodies


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    Good job, Imogen!

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    Re: Yayyy:)

    Quote Originally Posted by bogertophis View Post
    good job, imodium!
    fify

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    Re: Yayyy:)

    Awesome! I like to keep the sheds when I can, but a lot of times they leave a nice present in them!

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    I always find a shed skin and a poop. They seem to go hand in hand. lol Must be a BP trademark lol

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    Re: Yayyy:)

    Quote Originally Posted by SVT Wylde View Post
    I always find a shed skin and a poop. They seem to go hand in hand. lol Must be a BP trademark lol
    Other snakes do that too, sometimes, but it might be more common in BPs because they are less active. When they shed, they finally have to move around
    more & one thing tends to "inspire" the other. Just like when you help a snake "swim" in warm shallow water to facilitate things, it's the motion mostly that
    gets results...the water just feels good & makes it easier for them to move.

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    Re: Yayyy:)

    Quote Originally Posted by Bogertophis View Post
    Other snakes do that too, sometimes, but it might be more common in BPs because they are less active. When they shed, they finally have to move around
    more & one thing tends to "inspire" the other. Just like when you help a snake "swim" in warm shallow water to facilitate things, it's the motion mostly that
    gets results...the water just feels good & makes it easier for them to move.
    I know when I swim I feel the same way

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    Re: Yayyy:)

    I learned the hard to be very very careful with a snake that is due for a deuce! I keep my snakes in my bedroom, so a when I was cleaning their tanks I would take them out and let them slither around a little on my bed. Well after having to strip off all my bedding and try to wash the stank out a couple times, I now make sure to keep track of their “movements”!

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    Re: Yayyy:)

    Quote Originally Posted by MR Snakes View Post
    I know when I swim I feel the same way
    Good to know...I'll make sure I don't swim laps with you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bhsurf4 View Post
    I learned the hard to be very very careful with a snake that is due for a deuce! I keep my snakes in my bedroom, so a when I was cleaning their tanks I would take them out and let them slither around a little on my bed. Well after having to strip off all my bedding and try to wash the stank out a couple times, I now make sure to keep track of their “movements”!
    I've never had a snake trash my bed or furniture before, but one I was handling took a dump down my back once, & with long hair, um, it was't pretty, lol.
    One thing that helps: when you pick up a snake, look for that fullness just above their cloaca...if you see a little bulge there, BEWARE! -it's "time"!

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