Hi gang, First off, we have see Shane the reptile vet about this. Our 3 yr old coastal carpet python stopped eating going into winter. We thought nothing of it as a couple of our other snakes did too. But spring came and went and he still refuses to feed. About 2 months ago he started doing fluro green urates. They still had a white chalky bit but liquid was bright green. We took him to the vet who did bloods, found him to be dehydrated (though he always has water in his enclosure i guess this is because he's not getting any fluids from food) the vet suggested a kidney infection and we have just finished a 10 injection course of antibiotics but still peeing green. White bit is now green too... not sure if that's better or worse... I feel like he has just been peeing out all of the hydration he was given at the vets (he was on a drip overnight) as he is doing 2-3 wees a week. The vets (and our) hope is that if he eats he will come good but we have tried white rats, dark rats, rats scented with mice, mice, rats with bloody noses, quail, no luck. My husband believes force feeding is our "last resort" but he is very clearly losing condition (looking thinner, muscles along his body visible) and i feel we shouldn't wait much longer. Has anyone experienced anything similar and had a good outcome? Anyone got any ideas? I am very worried about my sweet boy Thanks!