Carpet Python constipation :/
I have a female jungle carpet python, approximately 11 years old. She is constipated, the last time she defecated is about 6 weeks ago. Just before her last feed. This is the second time this has happened, first time lasted around 2.5 months. I took her to the vet and he was able to get everything out.
So after the vet got everything out, he pointed out what seemed to be a calcium rock ( for lack of a better term). Now when I feel her, she's bloated but I can feel the same thing inside right now. It feels like an actual round rock. I'll be taking her to another vet this week, as a moved 6 months ago.
My question to you is what steps can I take to prevent this from happening again? I have a fogger, the humidity and temps are fine. I soak her in a tub every other day for an hour. There is a UV bulb on the tank. I also take her out every other day and let her crawl around and get moving. The enclosure is a 100 gallon terrarium.
She just seems so lethargic and weak, it's heartbreaking.
I also have a boa around the same age who eats, poops and sheds like clockwork.
Any information and tips are greatly appreciated.