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Re: okay...she is 17 months...also should I try my other >more>


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Posted by mikecoscia on February 17, 2003 at 15:43:28:

In Reply to: okay...she is 17 months...also should I try my other >more> posted by Gecko2525 on February 17, 2003 at 13:16:14:

No problem Liz. Give the other 17th month female a whirl by introducing the male into her cage and see what happens. If she starts barking too she is not ready, so separate them and try again in a few months. The little 11th month old should at least be 14th months before you attempt anything with her.

As far as noise, no noise is good noise. A ready female should not attempt to run or bark at the approaching male. She will relax and let him copulate. Iím not sure what you mean by sneezing. They can make a sugar glider or squirrel like sounding noise by breathing fast through their nose, usually a sign of agitation. One of our males does it often any time we go near his cageÖlol.
-Mike





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