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What's Wrong With My Snake [Paperback]

John Rossi , Roxanne Rossi
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Feb. 15 2007 Herpetocultural Library
In this newly updated edition, veterinary and herpetocultural experts provide answers to the frequently asked question, what's wrong with my snake? This fact-filled book addresses the wide range of physical and behavioural problems that can occur during a snake's life, such as parasite infestation, respiratory infection, loss of appetite, and aggression. Both beginning and advanced snake owners will benefit from the comprehensive coverage and appealing format, which includes easy-to-read medicinal charts and instructive colour photos. Above all, this up-to-date manual offers crucial advice on how to prevent problems or keep them from becoming more serious. All snake keepers will be glad to have this vital information source in their libraries.

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5.0 out of 5 stars A must-have for Snake owners Nov. 27 2012
Format:Paperback
This inexpensive little reference book is very well written and will be of interest to all who care for snakes. As a new snake owner I found lots of very important information, however this book would also be helpful to long-time snake owners or to take along to a vet who may not be all that familiar with snake illnesses and diseases. At the back is a reference chart outlining what to do when you have a snake that is ill along with suggestions for medications and their dosages by weight. Excellent photographs throughout thoroughly illustrate the information.
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5.0 out of 5 stars If you own a snake you need to buy this book Aug. 24 2013
By chondroman - Published on Amazon.com
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There are so many things that can go wrong while owning a snake and with this book you have a very good chance finding out what the problem is.It gives clear concise instructions on what to do of the various problems that can arise.Most things you can correct yourself and those you can't the author advises you to see a veterinarian which the author is himself.This book has more than 190 pages and covers a lot of ground and has many useful tips on general snake care.I found it quite useful and I have kept snakes for over 59 years.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Must Have for Snake Owner Dec 5 2008
By MONA - Published on Amazon.com
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The book has lots of pictures showing what ailments look like and tells what signs to look for. It shows treatment options and lists drugs used for common ailments (and causes). Also a few at home remedies.
It's a handy book to have in case of any common disorder.
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5.0 out of 5 stars very helpfull book for fist time snake keepers April 27 2014
By mark - Published on Amazon.com
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i am fist time snake keeper very helpfull hints if you dont know what too look for if your snake is ill
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great resource... March 26 2014
By J. Hays - Published on Amazon.com
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...from a great vet and excellent herpetologist. John Rossi is THE herp vet of the Southeast, and certainly in Florida. I've had the good fortune of living near his practice in Jacksonville, FL and he's always helpful.

It has an amazing amount of information on diseases in snakes and how to prevent common problems that create diseases and infections when keeping snakes in captivity.
4.0 out of 5 stars Snake Health May 2 2013
By Rachel Higgins - Published on Amazon.com
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This book covered in depth all information a snake keeper would need on health problems and had very good suggestions on solving various problems. It also had good suggestions on preventative check-ups (such as checking for bacteria overgrowth when the snake is stressed to prevent a disease from developing). It was written in friendly, non-veterinarian terms while still being professional and descriptive of problems, causes and solutions.
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