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RE: IBD

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Posted by: amelthia at Tue Jul 14 16:12:06 2009  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by amelthia ]  
   

IBD is very serious, highly contagious and almost always deadly - you would need to sterilize EVERYTHING. I've heard of snakes being kept in completely different areas of a house contracting it from each other, and because of this, have heard people suggest that it may be airborn, although I'm guessing they're tracking it in on their shoes, etc. Keep in mind there are several other things that could be causing this behavior, especially if your other snakes are ok and you have not have any new arrivals (either the snake in question or one that she may have contracted it from)- in which case I highly doubt that IBD is the culprit. Hopefully someone else will give you a better answer..as I don't know much about IBD, only what I've heard and read.


   

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