My Burmese python, Monty, developed a number of superficial wounds recently that I thought were an infection. I blamed myself. It turns out, it wasn't completely my fault, and it wasn't an infection. Monty has a hard time moving around in his enclosure because the floor is fairly slick tile. He has had two rough sheds and a few issues with abrasions. It turns out, he was rubbing himself raw on the walls. I went through with pantyhose essentially and covered all of the abrasive spots and gave him a quick-dry rug. He really REALLY liked the rug. I don't think he left it for days. It takes up most of the floor area and some of one of the walls, basically covering the entire floor except his basking spot. WIN! He shed this week. It was flawless! His shed was in two PERFECT cylindrical pieces. He also pooped and the rug made clean-up so easy! No poop art this time!!! It also prevented him from lying in any fluids until I could clean it up! As for the abrasions, they are completely gone. He's 100% intact. February: Vent Lateral: Ventral: I let him swim in the tub and drink, then applied an antiseptic wash, about every 3 to 5 days. I had removed his water box to drop the rH Soaking his eyes A few days ago: Vent Lateral/Ventral What a relief! And it's feeding time again.