5 Simple Steps To Get Your Ball Python Eating Again

  If your ball python has stopped eating, don't panic! There are a few simple steps you can take to get them back on track. 1. Check the temperature of their enclosure. Ball pythons are native to Africa, so they prefer warm temperatures. If the temperature in their enclosure is too low, they may not be feeling very hungry. 2. Check their food. Live food, like mice or rats, should be active and healthy. If the live food is sick or injured, your ball python may not be interested in eating it. 3. Try a different food item. If your ball python usually eats live food, try offering them a frozen/thawed mouse or rat. Some ball pythons prefer frozen/thawed food, so it's worth a try! 4. Check for parasites. If your ball python has internal parasites, they may not feel like eating. Have your veterinarian check for parasites if you think this may be the problem. 5. Get a professional opinion. If you've tried all of the above and your ball python still isn't eating, it's time t