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  • [Respiratory] He's a star!

    I put this into health issues because that is the content of the show but the boa that is in my signature box now lives with my 'adopted' daughter, Ashley. She is an excellent keeper and had called me when the swelling first showed up. The vet was so impressed with how easy he is to handle and medicate that she asked Ashley if she could use him in one of her shows. (Even though she says poisonous instead of venomous, she's a really good exotic vet).

    http://eplayer.clipsyndicate.com/emb...me=8&windows=1

    Hope you enjoy!
    http://berkeleyknebel.wix.com/mississippimorphs

    Photo credit:Eddie Ard .....Banner Credit:Big PaPa Ernest

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    Oh she is such a cool vet! Looks like your boa is in great hands with Ashley too, thanks for sharing!

    You never know when you might need to take your snake to the vet...it sure helps the outcome if they are used to being handled before that.

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      thanks for sharing. great video.

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        cool video. It's very reassuring to have a good herp vet nearby; I'm also very happy with mine.

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          Thanks for sharing, great video & you just got to love how calm the boa is. That's just awesome.
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            Thanks everyone. Bombaata was actually my first boa morph and only the third snake I bought. He got lots of love and attention growing up and still does from his new Mommy. I'm so happy they have each other!
            http://berkeleyknebel.wix.com/mississippimorphs

            Photo credit:Eddie Ard .....Banner Credit:Big PaPa Ernest

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              Chalk the "poisonous" verbiage up to slight-of-tongue.

              You can tell by her handling that she was not fearful in the least and comfortable with the snake.

              That is always a good sign.

              Glad to hear/see things are going better from the infection.
              "An increase in reptile education can lead to a decrease in reptile discrimination." - Bebo

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