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Old 05-13-18, 04:19 PM   #1 (permalink)
awwalz01
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Feeding Question

Hey all,



My ~1.5-2 year old Honduran milk hasn't eaten in around 3-4 months. It didn't really worry me because he isn't a baby obviously so I just kinda figured he would start back up eventually. I have checked temps/humidity/conditions and everything is as it should be. He has lost 15g which is why I am starting to worry.



Anyone have experience on snakes going off feed? Should I start to worry now that he is losing weight? Should I attempt to assist feed? I have done it before for my carpet when he was a baby so I am not worried about doing it, I just don't know if I should yet or not.



Any advice would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!
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