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Thread: My albino boa

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    Re: My albino boa

    Quote Originally Posted by richardhind1972 View Post
    Kahlos my 11yr old kahl albino was being so nosey tonight.he wasnít hungry either as he only had a large rat two days ago so not due for just over 3weeks


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    Interesting you touched on the feeding time there .. I was just reading about a bloke who's been feeding his adult Boa every 10 to 12 WEEKS , his vet reckons it's in perfect condition and health .

    I know many OVERfeed their adult Boas but THREE months !?

    Any thoughts ?


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    Re: My albino boa

    Quote Originally Posted by Zincubus View Post
    Interesting you touched on the feeding time there .. I was just reading about a bloke who's been feeding his adult Boa every 10 to 12 WEEKS , his vet reckons it's in perfect condition and health .

    I know many OVERfeed their adult Boas but THREE months !?

    Any thoughts ?


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    I don't think that's for me personally, but there's a few people that give them the winter off and I suppose in the winter there's probably not that much food and the weather's cooler so may happen naturally in the wild.
    I think his us his hormones as there's lots of eligible females in the room, I had taken him away from his girlfriend to feed the day before to feed them both and I guess he wanted to get back to it,

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    Re: My albino boa

    Some pics of Kahlos chilling in his log tonight he shed at the weekend


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    Great looking boa Rich!

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    Re: My albino boa

    Thanks Cletus

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    Iím super late but gorgeous boa!

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