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    Take heart - my male Cali king and female MBK both went off food in Dec and each took a meal again this week.

    They're adults, they will eat when they are ready.

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    Thanks you guys! I just get so worried since Eeden was my always ready to eat snake. And he was a rescue so I'm extra worried.

    Odyn did eat after all. I got a small rat really really hot and he finally took it! After I offered Eedens mouse to him and he turned his nose at it!
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    See? At least Odyn ate for you. There really should be a "rule"...only one snake picking on mom at a time...

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    OMG he is rubbing scales off his head and some here and there on his upper body! Wth is he doing? I'm going to try to get a picture. I am assuming from trying to wedge up against the screen top!
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    Sounds like he's trying to escape his enclosure...maybe to find a place cooler to brumate? That would be my guess...what are his cage temps? Have you
    lowered them at all? I assume you've been keeping them up & still hoping he'll eat? If his cage has been warm, you need to listen to what he's saying.

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    Actually he has calmed down a lot since I regulated his uth and got a new bulb. He used to constantly wedge himself now he only does it maybe once a day like he used to when I first got him. I was just talking to him because he was watching me and I noticed his nose.

    a week ago I would hear flunk from him falling constantly. Now he stays on the ground.
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    Glad he's "calmer" but you sure didn't sound calm about it...pardon my confusion,

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    I'm not calm about his scales. That worries me.
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    Re: Pueblan off food?

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    I'm not calm about his scales. That worries me.
    What kind of screen top are you using? Like sold in Petco etc? They are fairly abrasive...try lining it with nylon window screen. Not expensive, sold in hardware stores.

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    Ok. Will do and I'll get something so he can't wedge anymore.
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