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Ms elley
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 Eyes glazed new owner needs help

I just got a blood python. She is eating well and is strong but her eyes seem to be glazed over rather than bright and dark like they were last week. Can anyone tell me what would be the cause of this and what I should do to correct is? Your help is much appreciated.



06/21/06  02:56pm

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  Message To: Ms elley   In reference to Message Id: 843233


 Eyes glazed new owner needs help

Glazed? Are they wet, or are they foggy meaning a shed



06/21/06  10:01pm

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  Message To: Junior12084   In reference to Message Id: 844193


 Eyes glazed new owner needs help

I believe you already talk to me and I said a shed cycle..but if not then..there’s the most likely answer.

-Amelia
ES Tropicals



06/21/06  10:13pm

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  Message To: ES_Tropicals   In reference to Message Id: 844217


 Eyes glazed new owner needs help

if it is a shed cycle I am worried your so new to snakes that you may not be able to look after this snake properly. Its not a great beginner snake however cute they look as babies.

If it is not a shed cycle I suggest taking it to a qualified vet able to deal with reptiles.

Let us know what it turns out be regardless will you ?



06/22/06  04:39am

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  Message To: Snakey68   In reference to Message Id: 844682


 Eyes glazed new owner needs help

Why did you get a blood python as a first snake? Very bad decision on your part..



06/22/06  04:56pm


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