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    Re: New Scrub - Very Frightened / Nervous

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    She still won't eat rats eh? Chain feeding a rat after a small quail might work. I'd thaw them together and hopefully the scenting will entice her to take the rodent. How much do the quail weigh?
    Two of them were about 100g, so I think I'm underfeeding a bit. And I have large ones coming that are supposedly 100-150g. I haven't bothered to try a rat again, but I think it's worth a shot.
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    That reminds me of my loving, Wallace the retic in a smaller package.

    I've never weighed him, and have never been able to measure him.

    Nice looking bite there!

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    Re: New Scrub - Very Frightened / Nervous

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    That reminds me of my loving, Wallace the retic in a smaller package.

    I've never weighed him, and have never been able to measure him.

    Nice looking bite there!
    Yea, not really making a habit out of it, but I had to clean her enclosure anyway, so I didn't really need to do anything special to weigh her. I've tried this http://serpwidgets.com/main/measure a couple times and I get anywhere in the 7' range. I think that's accurate because her skin is 9'.
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    Re: New Scrub - Very Frightened / Nervous

    Quote Originally Posted by wnateg View Post
    Yea, not really making a habit out of it, but I had to clean her enclosure anyway, so I didn't really need to do anything special to weigh her. I've tried this http://serpwidgets.com/main/measure a couple times and I get anywhere in the 7' range. I think that's accurate because her skin is 9'.
    I have a measure app on my phone, but by the time I get it all set, he's on the move.

    I'm guessing he's anywhere between 8 and 10 feet.

    I'd say you are probably in the ballpark with your guess.

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    Re: New Scrub - Very Frightened / Nervous

    If she's 1040g then 100g of food is a decent meal for her but I would occasionally give her larger meals. I definitely think it's worth trying to get her on rats. It'll make things a lot easier as she grows. I'd try scenting and chain feeding for the next 2-3 offerings and then shut off the quail entirely. That should familiarize her with the new food source. Once she's eating rats consistently I'd start offering a diverse diet.
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