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Old 01-11-18, 09:55 AM   #16 (permalink)
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Nope I mean injection of B1 to fish before feeding. b1 is selling in a pharmacy.
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Again, it is going to be impossible to know how much your snake is receiving. There are also no studies that I know of that specify the amount of vitamin B1 Carpet pythons should have in their bodies. Any attempt to try to make an artificial diet, will usually result in the death of the animal. This is why reptile keepers feed rodents so much, because it is a complete diet, and nothing has to be substituted.
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We can find out how much the fish contain of B1, then add to fish injection of B1. Anyway lack of B1 has symptoms and if there is we can add.
Yea yea I know it's a hemorrhoid but Ukraine don't sell frozen rodents ((
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I do not know of anyway to measure B1... It will vary with each individual fish. The reality is, even if you figured out some way to consistently measure vitamin B1, the introduction of a large amount of B1 at once to the fish will probably kill it. If the fish is already dead, how are you supposed to know how much B1 to add? An excessive amount of the vitamin will probably not be good. I honestly don't know how to help you at this point, I don't know how you can measure an animals thiamine levels.
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Old 01-11-18, 02:47 PM   #20 (permalink)
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Sounds like a business opportunity if you ask me!

If there aren't any frozen prey business it sounds like you could make some money if you can find somewhere to breed the mice & rats, find a way to dispatch/euthanize them when they reach the appropriate sizes, and then a vacuum seal packing system.

You could be making some money my friend!

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We can find out how much the fish contain of B1, then add to fish injection of B1. Anyway lack of B1 has symptoms and if there is we can add.
Yea yea I know it's a hemorrhoid but Ukraine don't sell frozen rodents ((
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Scubadiver59, in Ukraine are very few snake keepers. And very low life level with average salary 185$. So it's not an option for business
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Scubadiver59 as far as I know overdose of water-soluble vitamins is not danger.
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