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RE: Neonates and water

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Posted by: markg at Mon Dec 12 02:34:32 2016  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by markg ]  
   

Rosies do not do well if kept in elevated humidity for too long, like for weeks on end.

As long as you avoid that scenario, the babies will do fine.

The type of caging used, the size of the water bowl relative to the cage, where you live - it all factors in.

I find that my rosies will often drink a little when I first put water in their cage. Mine seem to avoid water after it has been standing for more than a day. For that reason, I made it a practice to just leave it in for a day or two, then remove it for the next 5-6 days. That formula has worked well for the rosies here, and it makes it easy for me, so I stick with that routine.


   

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