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    tail wagging the dog?

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    Update!

    She finally came out of the hide and I've removed the hide from her cage so she can't do it again

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    She sure has a guilty look on her face... Pretty little thing, don't be too hard on her.

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    She sure has a guilty look on her face... Pretty little thing, don't be too hard on her.
    She's quite the little brat! Such a smug little look on her face! Haha don't worry, she gave me a little bit of a scare but I can't stay mad at that little face!

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    Yeah we had this problem with one of ours. My daughter got a fancy waterfall for the enclosure and she pretty much got stuck inside of it after knocking it over and spilling all the water out. We finally got her out by putting ice packs and bags of frozen veggies all around it and making it cold enough that she was uncomfortable and got out.
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    Re: My Ball Python is a little brat

    Quote Originally Posted by FollowTheSun View Post
    Yeah we had this problem with one of ours. My daughter got a fancy waterfall for the enclosure and she pretty much got stuck inside of it after knocking it over and spilling all the water out. We finally got her out by putting ice packs and bags of frozen veggies all around it and making it cold enough that she was uncomfortable and got out.
    Well 'that was then' & I'm glad it worked, but a better way might have been to [nearly-] immerse in water of a kinder temperature; feeling the water rise should work too.

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    Yeah we had this problem with one of ours. My daughter got a fancy waterfall for the enclosure and she pretty much got stuck inside of it after knocking it over and spilling all the water out. We finally got her out by putting ice packs and bags of frozen veggies all around it and making it cold enough that she was uncomfortable and got out.
    Oh wow! Glad your snake got out okay in that situation

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    I'm glad she's out safely, but she is just too cute, this whole picture saga made me chuckle. Did you already know she was going to be a troublemaker like this when you picked your username?

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    Re: My Ball Python is a little brat



    Just an FYI those tiny hole they can become stuck because they will try and double back and eventually get stuck....this happed almost two years ago and let me tell you that was the SECOND python to do that. We got lucky.


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    Those decorations are hella cool, been tempted so many times to get them. But the reason why I never did was because they have super sharp edges. And some have holes they not only can disappear into but go through and get stuck tearing themselves up trying to go through. Remember these snakes will literally burn themselves. Many years ago I bought a plastic half long with a hole, the little boa I got it for kept right on pushing when going through the hole he no longer fit in, tearing himself up really good in the process. Painful lesson learned for both me and my reptile.
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