I have a baby albino nelson's milksnake that is having a hard time shedding. Im pretty sure it's due to lack of humidity, which I would have seen to...had I known he was in shed. I've never had an albino before and he didn't show any of the signs since he's so good natured. Yesterday I was feeding and I noticed that the head part had come off, but the rest is stuck and I'm afraid he's dehydrated. I've put him in a shallow container of warm water to soak for now and I'm hoping it helps, at least to hydrate him. It's only been overnight that I've noticed so I hope I've caught it early enough since I see him daily. Please help if you know if anything else to do to get him through this shed safely. Now that I look back maybe he did seem more cloudy than usual, but it just baffles me I didn't even realize he was in shed.