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Old 08-29-2012, 11:44 PM
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You can check to see if he has a lump on his belly near the vent. If he does you can soak him in barely warm water (remember he is cold blooded so warm is scalding to him) then gently rub the belly toward the vent and the lump will (most of the time) push out. Note: make sure you hold him over the toilet or at least some paper towels! You are very welcome and thanks for joining! What state are you in??
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