they are right…there is not a schedule. I have 9 pythons and a boa constrictor and none of them is pooping two days after feeding. Some are only pooping once in a month and expecially the small ones take long before they poop and if you don’t keep them on paper but on like cocohusk sometimes the poop is so small you don’t even see it. It’s logic because their food is also small. I currently have three small ones and three other ones I also bought as hatchlings but are now going to two years . Their metabolic rate is simply very slow. My boa can keep it even up to five weeks, but when she goes, she beats my 20 kilo dog in poopsize:blush:
I agree to thecrawdfather. Please don’t help him because there is serious chance you hurt the snake. blood makes me worry too so I share his concern. Let nature do it’s thing. If in the next days you see blood again or different behaviour in the snake then please consult a reptile vet. If not, just be patient and simply wait till it comes naturally, even if it takes weeks or even a month. Indeed it’s vital to do a lot of research, you never do to much, and from different sources. There is enough crazy advise out there, so you have to check sometimes ten different caresheets, forums YouTube channels and then use common sense and filter the one that comes up the most. I am happy to see you found this forum and are ready to ask. If you have any doubt, before you do something, please ask here. There are all lot of people here who keep them for many years ( me only two, so I’m even a beginner)and can give you good advise.
Good luck with your little boy. I hope he is oke .