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RE: HELP my kingsnake ate foam!

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Posted by: Amanda_D at Sat Sep 5 11:42:14 2015  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Amanda_D ]  
   

Snakes will sometimes ingest foreign objects. In this case, how large was the sticker in relation to the snake? If it is small enough it may pass through with no issues. The snake may also regurgitate on its own. If it shows no signs of distress, eats, drinks, and behaves as normal, I would watch for it in the poo.

If the sticker was larger than the snakes head, you may need to go to a vet to have it checked out. The risk I see in this situation is getting an obstruction. Snake digestive systems are adapted to handle large food items. The glue is almost certainly nontoxic as it is a child's craft/play item. Chemicals from the foam may make it sick, I would ask a vet.

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