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childrens python
11-16-2015, 07:12 PM,
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childrens python
I am a new owner of a childrens python nat my first snake but new to the breed in the beginning we listened to the pet store didn't really eat then I researched built him a lager surrounding he is very active and very yound with a voracious appetite how often can I feed him he want food every 3 days
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11-17-2015, 01:48 PM,
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RE: childrens python
I'm sorry if I didn't understand your question correctly, but I'm going to try my best. It was a bit hard to understand what you were asking. What I've gathered from your post is that you're wondering how often you should feed your python.

Firstly, congratulations on getting your first snake. I do not have a snake and haven't for a very long time, but I have plenty of friends with snakes. After talking to my friend, she let me in on a bit of information about your question. Smaller snakes are usually eating one to two times a week. Surprisingly, bigger snakes will eat about once a week. I suppose they do not need to eat as often due to being fully grown. I also read online that female snakes will eat more during their breeding season.
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11-17-2015, 06:59 PM,
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yes I wanted to know if it is ok to feed him twice a week,his entire life has been in liveable but the wrong conditions,also in a tiny petstore box. I did weeks of homework for living conditions and made him a tall climbing cage built desert like for where his breed comes from, since I have done that every time I open the cage for water he comes out searching for food ive been feeding him only once a week but it seems twice is what he wants he is now a very active climber. thank you for the congrats
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01-01-2016, 09:09 AM,
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RE: childrens python
The short answer is if you want your snake to get fat, have a short life due to orgwn failure you can keep power feeding your snake. I would recomend 5-7 days between feeds as snakes are about 100 percent more efficient with energy use. I hope this helped

-kind regards from down under
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