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Posted by scott orr on October 26, 1999 at 17:45:59:
In Reply to: Candoia for the taking posted by Scott Orr on October 26, 1999 at 17:43:05:
: Acquired a Candoia carinata some time back, and at first had no problems. Animal then had a bout with mites, which I treated with an agent according to directions in a book on snakes. Animal then only ate sporadically, then not at all. Have had the animal vetted twice. Both times the vet only administered an appetite-stimulating wormer. The first treatment elicted a feeding response, the second didn't. When first acquired, animal was not shy about feeding at all. Still seems in less than critical condition, but I would like to pass it on to someone who knows what they're doing before I kill the poor thing off. Limited resources to support constant trips to vet.
: SNAKE FOR FREE. It may live yet in the proper hands. Tan base color, male, very pretty. Terrarium not included in offer. If you've got an empty one at home and a scaly thumb when it comes to Pacific Rim species, give me an e-mail ASAP. Located in Temple.