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    Sos: Case study

    Hello from the UK,

    Please help me in taking the time to read my case study. Whether you are an experienced keeper/breeder or whether you are just getting into the hobby. This case study is not based on poor husbandry or irresponsibility. Nor is it based on putting money before the welfare of the animal. This case study is based on my current situation and the problems I am facing with the health of my animals. I feel as though it all relates.

    A lot of the time you hear how well everyone is doing throughout the breeding season. Everybody seems to want to be a ‘Reputable Breeder’ and develop and establish their morphs. However, this is not nearly always the case and I believe there is a darker side to the hobby which could do with a lot more transparency. This would only benefit the community of snake keeping on the whole and the wellbeing of the captive animals.

    Please click on the link below to read the case study:
    [link removed by admin]

    Thank you.
    Jos
    Last edited by mlededee; 11-18-2021 at 08:16 PM. Reason: link removal

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    So you show up and make that as a first post and you want us to click a link? Sorry but I am not biting. I would have started with an introduction and told what the "case study" actually was.
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    Hi Jos, I would suggest that you post some screenshots of your study here in order for us to take a look at it.

    Random links are often times spam or other problematic things. Which is why I have edited the link out of your post above.
    - Emily


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    Re: Sos: Case study

    Ok, Ta!

    I have spent some time trying to shorten my original text in order for it to allow me to upload my thread.

    I'm still having trouble uploading my supporting images. Due to, not being able to upload attachments or screen shots. The URL creates a link! and it seems it is too long for the system.

    I have contacted adminb to see if I can get permission to upload attachments.

    Kind regards.

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