- Mar 18, 2003
How long untill you feed your T after a molt i usally wait 7-10 days is this ok, just wanted to know how long everyone here waits
In my experience a T that has not hardened up completely will simply not eat, and run away from crickets. I highly doubt a T with soft fangs will grab prey and mess up it fangs.Originally posted by RugbyDave
I think its just pointless to go with the "well, im sure S/he's ready to eat now" and then 3 weeks later we find a post on here that reads "HELP, MY T HAS MESSED UP FANGS"
If the fangs are pretty much hardened up, it may not be that big of a problem, but if you've got a PM T with white fangs and you try to feed it, you could be in for a rough time.
The Parahybana who just molted is 7-10 days too long or could i try like after 5 like someone else said, whats a good way to see its fangs because hes not really aggressive just a hair flicker which does nothing to me, it will keep flicking hairs then will try and run he has only turned and showed his fangs like twice when i first got him now hes used to me i thinkOriginally posted by RugbyDave
depends on their sizes, of course.
best bet is to wait until the fangs are jet black again.
slings can usually eat alot quicker than adults.. I usually wait a good week with adults, and before i throw some food in there, i double check on the fangs, which is pretty simple to do
which of your guys are you talking about sean?