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Yes your right! I don't plan on breeding her this year.


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Posted by Gecko2525 on December 05, 2002 at 18:01:36:

In Reply to: Re: Well.................. posted by Silly-atus fan on December 05, 2002 at 14:11:11:

Yes I did by her off of Jenn. SHe is 8 months old now. I didn't know my gecko, Pnadora, had moved twice. There is no way I would breed her until I felt she was really ready. That is why I am loking for a breeding female now. I don't want to breed her this year. If it could harm her in ANY way I would never think of doing something so cruel.
Thanks for your help. I hope I find another female soon.
Liz

:If I'm not mistaken, your current female is one you got from Jenn before she moved? If so, she bought her back in April, and I believe she was about 2 months old at the time. That means she won't be ready to breed before spring if you only go by age. She might be a bit behind in growth since she was relocated twice, so she had two episodes of 'new home stress' to contend with in less than 6 months. It wouldn't be too far out to say she'll catch up by summer, and be a safe breeding size and age. Since cresties don't have a cut and dried breeding season, you can still get lots of eggs from her next year.
:Just give her time and she'll come around.

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