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Re: might get a hognose..questions..


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Posted by snakeguy88 on November 11, 2002 at 16:03:42:

In Reply to: might get a hognose..questions.. posted by kristin on November 11, 2002 at 14:21:34:

Hogs do not have to eat toads. Many people feel like they have to, but there is no proof that hogs on mice diets are any worse off. Infact, colchicine I believe(correct me if I am wrong) has a pair of hogs that have had nothing but mice and occasionally fish for years. When I still kept hogs regularly I had some that lived on rodents for significant amounts of time. As for caresheets, search the forum and there are bound to be some. Care for easterns and westerns is basically the same, but westerns tend to easier to keep in captivity so I suggest you start with a captive bred western. Good luck. Andy




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