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Posted by: Brandon_Marsh37 at Sat Jun 7 14:40:20 2014  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Brandon_Marsh37 ]  
   

Hey guys I'm writing this cuz I'm a little worried. Now I know snakes have their little phases where they don't eat but I've got a couple of yearling sayi that are coming up on a month. They are housed alone and always have fresh water hot zone cool zone hides the works.... They haven't lost very much weight at all and everytime they pooped when they were eating I always scoop it out right away it looks solid and no extreme smells or runny. I'm worried tho cuz especially for these 2 boys it is so out of character. Also being spring and everyone else has picked up on they feedings just has me concerned.... They are still active and strong no lumps or bumps... Anyway I'm thinking of taking them to our vet. In my 15 years with pits kings and corns its never been the bulls going this long and even with the corns it only happens in the fall so any suggestions would be appreciated! Thanks


   

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