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    Stuck shed on head

    Ran into my first shedding issue with my bp. My problem is the shed is stuck from the neck to head. I would hate to mess with her head but might have to. Ive bumped up the humidity to 75-80 thinking it might come off on its own. Any suggestions?


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    Soak her. Put her in the tub with temped water. If the water fells warm to you it's too hot. Let her swim around a bit an then handle her with a wet hand/small towel. Let the snake an towel do the work.

    Good luck!

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    Re: Stuck shed on head

    Quote Originally Posted by 303_enfield View Post
    Soak her. Put her in the tub with temped water. If the water fells warm to you it's too hot. Let her swim around a bit an then handle her with a wet hand/small towel. Let the snake an towel do the work.

    Good luck!
    It was weird because our humidity stays on point and gets bumped up when we see one in shed. It worked! I know shes just a normal but she was so cute in this pick. Like...awesome I feel great now were are my num nums?


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