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Breeding/Egg Production & Care Any topics concerning breeding of the cornsnake, brumation, egg laying, or issues concerning problems in any step along the way.

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Old 06-12-2019, 09:46 PM   #11
Rich Z
If you don't have a real good reason to breed her, don't. As in humans, the birthing process can potentially be a life threatening event for any female. It's not a decision that should be made lightly nor frivolously.

I don't think any harm will ever come from NOT breeding a female. She may prowl the cage during breeding season, perhaps go off feed temporarily, and possibly rub her nose a bit raw, but beyond that, I've never heard of anything more harmful coming of denying a female access to a mate..
 

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