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|Comment||Hi, thanks I'm just getting your response to my question today. I was able to get him healed by a lot of prayer,submerging him 2x's a day in warm water for about 1/2 an hour, I used no rub contact solution and squirted it directly to the prolapse then soaked him in the water and squirted some in there as well, then after about the first or second day right before soaking him I squirted the prolapse first with the contact solution then with some inspiration that came to me I right after soaked him in the warm water with a little extra virgin olive oil just to keep the prolapse moist until his next soaking so that while he was in his enclosure the prolapse wouldn't dry up especially in the hot side but rather have some moisture.4 days later it was all healed just like that thank GOD!|
My particular focus is on snakes and lizards, but I have a decent smattering of knowledge of turtles and crocodilians as well, plus the experience to get relevant information quickly if I don't have it on hand in my brain. I can answer questions on captive care, diet, breeding, incubation of eggs, starting hatchlings, and more. I am particularly experienced with ball pythons, Lygodactylus geckos and other small lizards with similar care requirements, leopard geckos, and garter snakes.
I am a professional breeder of ball python morphs, Lygodactylus (dwarf) geckos, and mourning geckos. I have begun working with Irian Jaya carpet pythons, and plan to expand to include more gecko species in the future. I also have a background breeding leopard geckos, and have kept several other species of small lizards, snakes, and a water turtle.
Nebraska Herpetological Society (nebherp.org)
I have many care sheets published on my own website.
High School Graduate. Extensively self-taught due to high interest in wildlife and reptile care.
Awards and Honors
Fauna Classifieds board of inquiry Good Guy Certification