Do Milk Snakes Need Water?

Do you own a reptile such as a Milk Snake? If so, have you taken your snake in for a first time vet visit? You may think your snake doesn’t need a vet, but it’s a good idea to have your vet examine your snake when it’s healthy so that a medical record can be established. A first time visit with the vet is also a good time to ask about basic care needed for your pet Milk Snake. For instance, did you know that your snake will need water? The Milk Snake will require a large tank with a variety of dirt, rocks, twigs, and a place for water. The water container should be big enough for the snake to get in and soak completely. Be sure to change the water every few days or immediately when it starts to smell. Ask your vet Indianapolis, IN if the water should be a specific temperature.

Do Milk Snakes Need Water

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