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RE: Help!

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Posted by: DMong at Sun Mar 25 03:23:40 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by DMong ]  
   

I don't follow?.....what "critical care daily"??

What it needs is ONE dose of what I recommended before in my earlier post, and then another in 12-14 days. and NOT being fed until at least 10 or more days AFTER the LAST DOSE,.......not being fed EVERY DAY with some liquid diet that won't take care of THE PROBLEM first!!!

Did you read my post at all???

I'm trying to help you out here and especially for THE SNAKE to survive!!!

If the snake isn't skin and bones forget the feeding nonsense and get it medicated like I suggested. It will kill the problem, no stress, and it won't cause a domino effect all over again which is what will happen otherwise.


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