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  • #31
    Re: Why wont you breed!

    Originally posted by Richyboa72 View Post
    My female last year was way to psycho to even attempt that, she turned Well grumpy


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    Lol yea.. Both females that were paired are really grumpy at the moment. Straight Bs. She was huffing and puffing so I put a hide over the front half of her and she calmed down quick.

    It was registering heart beats near her tail but wasnt audible was just on the counter. So.. I guess that means theres babies lol. No matter how obvious it is I am still not accepting it until they arrive darnit haha

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    • #32
      Re: Why wont you breed!

      Originally posted by Richyboa72 View Post
      My female last year was way to psycho to even attempt that, she turned Well grumpy
      On another forum someone post an X-ray they had done of her viper boa showing all the little boas inside I thought it was so cool


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      Wow that is cool! If a vet wasnt hours from me and if I drove, Id probably have every female x rayed. Would put my worry to rest lol

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      • #33
        Re: Why wont you breed!

        I thought so too, it’s that not knowing, at least with eggs you know for sure your going to get Something , well if you have incubated them properly, lol,
        at least she will do this
        For you hopefully , I would of loved to have an X-ray done , bet it would cost loads


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        • #34
          Re: Why wont you breed!

          Ok so Im a bit panicked and worried. Shes been pacing so much that her nose is starting to look raw. Hot spots are 91f controlled by herpstat 4 and ve 200s. Ambient room temp between 77-80f and ambient room humidity is 55-60% with spikes up to 80% at times.
          Fresh water daily, all have hides the whole 9 yards.

          But shes been pacing this way since the 2nd or 3rd of Feb. Assumimg husbandry is all perfect and that the only confirmed lockup was Nov 10th and thats all I can say for sure about the pairing at this point... Then I dont know what the hell is happening and starting to panic lol...

          People said up to 3 weeks so when she had those weird waxy looking poos I decided to wait but 3 weeks is a long time to let her just face rub to hell and everything.

          Tried to get the help of someone with a portable ultrasound because I dont want to haul her 2 hours to a vet on public transit. But that person never got back to me.

          Thats all the updates for now.. As we speak shes still pacing and rubbing. *sigh*

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          • #35
            Why wont you breed!

            Temps seem fine, do you think she has increased In girth? I found it So hard to tell some days you think like deffo gravid then next day not so sure, think they must move around a lot, something weird going off for her to be very restless, when was the last time she was fed? Mine didn’t eat from about a month in, still tried her with something small just in case, I’m sure you have plenty of others that would gulp it down if not ,lol, May be worth trying a small meal, say a rat weaner rather than normal size as that can pop the babies out earlier, good luck and keep us all posted


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            • #36
              Re: Why wont you breed!

              Has she settled down any space lizard


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              • #37
                Re: Why wont you breed!

                Yeah she stopped pacing and rubbing her face at the front a while ago, Id say about 5 days. The other female that is due March 29th is spending less time on the heat.

                With the first one not pacing or rubbing anymore and settling a bit should I expect her to pop soon?

                And with the second one is it normal for them to spend less and less time on the heat as they get closer to popping? Weirdly she is still interested in food but I am withholding it from her.

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                • #38
                  Why wont you breed!

                  There all so different ,my female was doing the same in and out of the warm end last year but she refused food from about 40 days I still tried with a small rat every few weeks but just struck defensively at it then hid away, I just made sure it was someone else’s feeding night so not to waste any food ,
                  I don’t think it would hurt to try something small as it’s surprising how much it takes out the snake,good luck and keep us all posted,
                  I’m away in Egypt at the moment no reptiles except the cobra show plenty decent coral tho
                  I will start a new thread in that tho

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                  • #39
                    Re: Why wont you breed!

                    Any luck with some babies yet


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