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Discussion in 'Herp Health' started by Colleen, Dec 16, 2006.

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  1. Colleen

    Colleen Elite Member

    How do you know if your herps are gaining enough weight? I have been doing some weighing and they are gaining but how much is a good weight gain? My baby ball has doubled it's weight since July. My baby common has all most doubled his weight. My Russians are gaining but the male has gained more then the female (usually females are bigger). Any suggestions or guide lines please.
  2. Rich

    Rich Administrator Staff Member Premium Member


    There is no real guideline. If the herps are gaining weight, and appear healthy in their size, then thats all that really matters.

    Weight gain is depictive of how often they eat, what they eat, and how long it takes them to digest it before they eat again. Each animal will eat differently and thus gain weight differently.

    BRIZZY Banned User

    They sound pretty healthy. Not really sure. I would check out the links Rich left below!!

    BRIZZY Banned User

    Sorr i meant i agree with what rich said below!! haha
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