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 Could some1 help me

K so I bought a texas yellow bull (oscar) and he is just like a puppy dog and what I want to know is he is about 1 year and he is 2 1/2 feet long and about as big around as a nickel how big will he be next year plzzz help



08/23/10  02:53am

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  Message To: Frog lover13   In reference to Message Id: 2171096


 Could some1 help me

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Go here and ask these folks.
Just off the top of my head, if you feed him well he should possibly double in size by same time next year.



08/23/10  08:43pm

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  Message To: Greatballzofire   In reference to Message Id: 2171272


 Could some1 help me

thanks



08/23/10  09:12pm

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  Message To: Frog lover13   In reference to Message Id: 2171278


 Could some1 help me

Thats really a trick question and no one can really say. Size of his living area, amount of food he eats and his stress level all play a part. Next year he may be no bigger then today. (everyone agree?). I raise many different types of animals and while I may not be a preferend source I have dealt with MANY different types of animals.



09/15/10  12:36pm

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  Message To: Imderrickjed   In reference to Message Id: 2175592


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Thats really a trick question and no one can really say. Size of his living area, amount of food he eats and his stress level all play a part. Next year he may be no bigger then today. (everyone agree?).


I agree totally!


My ’08 Pacific at over 750 grams.


My smallest ’09 Pacific at less than 25 grams; he just doesn’t like to eat much.


His sister and her mate, same age, three times as big. They like to eat.



09/16/10  08:50am


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