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RE: mating season

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Posted by: PHFaust at Sun Oct 19 10:18:19 2008  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by PHFaust ]  
   

>>im not sure if that is her exact age its just a rough guess, but im sure she cant be any younger than that.
>>ive also noticed in the last week that her arms are turning a brownish colour, not sure if this is just natural, but ive read that they turn orange when in season.
>>her stomach is definately swollen, and come to think of it i think she has been trying to dig alot recently.
>>ive just taken a pic, maybe this will be of some help ?
>>thanks for the links.
>>

She looks a little lumpy to me, which is also a sign of having eggs. If you have a vet, get her in for a check. A good vet can let you know how far along the eggs are. Follow the directions at that link for a laying box.
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