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User: angusticeps (see all of angusticeps's photos)
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Date: 01/26/07
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Image URL: http://gallery.kingsnake.com/data/100439P1251993.JPG
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Bitis

Registered: 05/2002
Location: Karlsruhe (southern Germany)
Posts: 14
student

Hi,

I have had the same problem with a WC female of Cerastes cerastes. I have treated it with Baytril (mixed with NaCl/Relation 1:2) 7 days. After 10 - 12 days the animal shed and the problem was gone.
Could you give some details of the symptoms?
Cheers
Florian
01-30-2007 12:58PM View Bitis's Profile View Bitis's Gallery  

Hanburys

Registered: 10/2006
Location: Canyon, Texas
Posts: 256
1 Burm, 2 Bull snakes, 1 Hog island boa, 2 Marine toads, 1 Green Anaconda, 1 Savannah Monitor, 1 Sulcata tortoise, 2 Leopard gecko, 1 dwarf caiman, 2 common snappers, 1 alligator snapper, 2 Porthidium ophryomegas, 1 Porthidium Lansbergii, 1 lep klaub

its just because the snake has to shed, all snakes go through a period when theyre eyes get a milky blue substance under the eye cap. its no big deal, it clears up and then after a few days they shed. Rating: 5/5 
04-27-2007 08:25PM View Hanburys's Profile View Hanburys's Gallery