Carmella the Eastern Milk Snake
              (Lampropeltis triangulum triangulum)
When we first encountered Carmella, she was frozen stiff and had a really bad case of frostbite on her tail tip. She was close to shedding and had skin so dry it made crackle noises when she moved.  We housed her in a 10 gallon with lots of warmth and humidity while rubbing silvadine on her tail & zoo med skin spray on the rest of her. After the shed she looks so much better! Then she suprises us with a 9 egg clutch.. 

All 9 healthy babies hatched and are doing very well. Click the gallery button for "birthday" pictures