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    Re: New ball wonít eat

    Quote Originally Posted by Bogertophis View Post
    I swear that's where they got the name "Royal" pythons!?


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    If you're set on keeping BPs, it just goes with the territory- make peace with some of them being fussy, needy snakes.
    Should come with warnings on the packet!
    I'll probably forget by the time you've read this...

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    Re: New ball wonít eat

    Update still not ate but heís in shed noticed when I went to feed him will try when heís shed.


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    Re: New ball wonít eat

    So update he was still refusing food closest he can was striking at a mouse but was more of a bluff strike, returned him to reptile store so they can attemp to get him feeding


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    Re: New ball wonít eat

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    So update he was still refusing food closest he can was striking at a mouse but was more of a bluff strike, returned him to reptile store so they can attemp to get him feeding


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    Well, it's done now & I hope that works, but with BPs & many other newly-acquired snakes, it just makes them more confused, afraid & unlikely to focus on eating. They desperately need to feel safe where they live, & they sure don't understand being suddenly upended, or the handling that goes with it, but good luck anyway.
    Rudeness is the weak man's imitation of strength.
    Eric Hoffer (1902 - 1983)

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