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Posted by The Doc on January 26, 2003 at 07:53:21:

In Reply to: Did I read that right .... posted by martha on January 25, 2003 at 19:59:58:

I have a gorgeous red phase Western Dusty Hog (male) that is
now about 8 months old. I feed him once a week, and he is
growing like a weed! He has been eating 3 pinkie mice at a
time, and today, I gave him his first pinkie rat. He got it
down without a problem! He is about 12 inches long and VERY
healthy! I have never heard of anyone trying to feed one of
these snakes as much as you do, and I have NEVER tried to feed
ANY of my snakes during shed. Hoggies don't shed that often,
and when they do, they should be LEFT ALONE until they have shed,
plus a couple of days. THEN feed them!
Sounds to me like you are not only endangering the health of
your animal,You should also listen to what snakeguy88 is trying
to tell you.
Now, go to McDonald's, and get a SUPERSIZE double quarter pounder w/cheese meal, and do this three times a day, and you
will find out how your hoggie must feel!!! LOL... Doc

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