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    Ball Python Scale Rot

    Is this scale rot? If so, I removed substrate and switched to dry paper towels with no misting to keep humidity low. I cleaned the enclosure, hides/deco/waterdish with water and vinegar. If it is scale rot do I need to treat with some sort of product or will low humidity and dry substrate until the week before next shed be enough to treat this case?

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    Pluto is a 800g almost 2 year old Male

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    It's very minor I would not do anything but keep the animal on dry clean paper towel, it will clear with the next shed.
    Deborah Stewart

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    Re: Ball Python Scale Rot

    Thank you!!

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