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Posted by: rootsrok at Sun Aug 7 01:46:44 2005  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by rootsrok ]  
   

he is eating again, that's great. But as mentioned, get that boa out of sand! I prefer aspen but I have heard of a couple different choices for rosy boas. I have just always used aspen and had no problems. also, it is probably a good idea to not feed your boa in the tank. It can cause him to ingest his substrate and have further complications in the future. Get a tupperware or something w/ a secure lid to feed him in, this way he never associates the cage with food, and he will have a nice and safe meal! ROOTSROK



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