Starving Childrens Python

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  1. Nateb79

    Nateb79 New Member

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    Hey guys, im new to this forum so nice to meet yas, My two year old childrens python hasnt taken ant interest in her feeds now since 10/2/14! Just realy need some tips/advice on what or how to
    get her back on the chew! Cheers :)
     
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    Riffherper Well-Known Member

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    Wouldn't exactly say she's starving. There's plenty of threads with tips for feeding if you do a quick search. First thoughts are to check for possible signs of shedding and check your temps.
     
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    It hasn't even been a month since the last feed so I don't think you can say it's starving...

    Please search the forum first, there are plenty of threads about feeding snakes (and how to get them to eat again).
     
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    JAS101 Very Well-Known Member

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    first off we need as much information from you as you can provide . like how long have you had the snake , what temperature is it being kept at . even what state your in, what ever state you are in - has there been any heat waves lately ? .
     
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    Hey, ive had her for 2years, tanks temp hangs round 28...34.. Live in NSW with no recent heat waves . She still handles well n very active in enclosure with tough very busy


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