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    Re: Possible scale rot?

    You could treat the area with f10 ointment which is a anti bacterial anti fungal ointment, if you do just make sure itís the one for reptiles. Also tamodine is very anti bacterial also.


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    Re: Possible scale rot?

    Kind of like those on her belly? Hard to get a good picture of her. She's squirmy! As usual.

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    Re: Possible scale rot?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jamiekerk View Post
    Could have just been a fart, when mine do it they have there mouth wide open tense up and sorta thrash. Iím terms of the skin scale rot usualy is on scales and turn brown, this almost looks like a piece of stuck shed, did she shed in between these dates at all.


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    I googles snake fart videos and this definitely what she looked and sounded like! I did NOT know they farted like that! I learned something new!

    As an antibacterial can I use diluted betadine?

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    I agree with the question about her shedding. It has the look of a patch of skin that may have been left and gotten stained darker by the cocohusk tanins.
    It doesn't really look like an irritated area or wound from the photos. Of course that can change over time.

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    Re: Possible scale rot?

    Quote Originally Posted by Piwaket187 View Post
    Kind of like those on her belly? Hard to get a good picture of her. She's squirmy! As usual.

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    That appears to be part of her colour morph, scale rot is usualy a rather significant brown color


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    Re: Possible scale rot?

    Thank everyone for your input and advice! I'm going to keep an eye on her for the week and see how she does!

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