So I got a baby sulcata in October and the guy I got him from said he was about three months old. He's a voracious eater, but I'm kind of worried, because he hasn't grown at all. I've got a full spectrum light on his enclosure twelve hours a day, plus a heat lamp that's kept around eightyfive to ninety degrees on the warm side. I feed him dandelion greens daily to twice daily, as much as he wants, and sometimes I give him collard or spring mix as a treat. He's active, alert, poops and pees regularly (usually all over me or my bed! ) and gets a calcium supp three or four times a week. I noticed today that it looks like he's getting a bit big for his shell. Are there any more experienced torty owners that know the growth rate of these guys within their first year of life? I have a few pictures of him now: Any help or advice you guys have would be awesome!