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I overlooked the feeding regimen

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Posted by: Calparsoni at Wed Nov 2 10:52:40 2011  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Calparsoni ]  
   

One live rabbit every 3 months???? Supposedly it has grown 2 ft on that diet as well. I can't speak for everyone on here but aside from juvies that are eating pinks and fuzzies I don't think I have fed live vertebrate prey to ANYTHING in almost 20 years including burms when I worked with them. Sounds like some serious professionals there (that's meant to be sarcastic steph) and yet WE are the amateurs.
Also I wouldn't want to be the one dealing with a burm that hasn't eaten in 3 months.
Mine used to be really pleasant(sarcasm once again) if I missed their normal biweekly feeding schedule and let them go a month.


   

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