Ok I have posted pics of my Alamo on my profile I got the best pics as I could of the injury you can see on the left side of his head where the scars are healing I think you will be able to see ok. I couldn't get any after shots because Alamo didn't want to eat last night I think it is because I soaked him/her in the tub first I thought maybe if the injury was softened up before feeding it wouldn't pull and bleed, you know maybe be flexable? I also think Alamo is about to shed his/her eyes are kinda cloudy but also the scales are looking kinda dull. I am fairly confident that we are about to shed because it is very similar to what my dragons start to look like right before they shed. If I am wrong please speak up! I am not sure how to do the whole quote thing so I will just say thanks to Liz I have checked it out and there is a vet about 45 min from me I will check in with them. Oh yea and I am feeding live adult mice. Alamo won't look twice at anything that isn't running around. As it is the mouse has to be in the feeding container with Alamo for about 15-20 min before it even becomes interesting to him/her. Also I don't like the idea of feeding prekilled (store bought) things because you can never be sure if the animal was in good health before it was frozen. Any one who could help me with prekilling my own stuff...It seems cruel but I'm ok with it. I was thinking maybe just putting a mouse in a plastic baggie and putting it in the freezer? if there is a more humane way just tell me. It is easy for me to let the snake kill it because it is nature but...well that's me being sentimental. Thanks again to everyone!!!