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Posted by: Salz69 at Tue Sep 12 16:38:39 2017  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Salz69 ]  
   

I have a really nice 5'king. I have kept many snakes before, and rarely have any issues. Before I got him,I watched his eating habits in the pet store for over a month, he would voraciously take a mouse every week. When I got him home, he ate the first mouse I gave him right away, however it has been 6 weeks and he hasn't pooped it out. It is still a huge lump, back near his tail. He hasn't eaten since then either- 6 weeks! I've tried soaking him in warm water, dropping a mouse or a pinky in but the mouse ends up dying, not being eaten. Are there. Any other suggestions that you can give? He seem listless in his tank,but when. I let him out he seems curious and fine. Any help is appreciated
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