Mazuri really does facilitate fast growing

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My Sulcata was hovering around 450g -470g for 2 months when I didn't feed it any mazuris (poop weight goes up and down)

Then for the last two weeks or so I started to feed him 2-3 nugget of mazuris a day, (he really didn't like it at all, so I had to massage the wet mazuri into the veggies so pieces of it stick to the veggies, he had no choice but to eat it)

Now he is at 522g going from 470g in merely 2 weeks!

I already accounted for poop weight
After the loo he is still definitely over 500g now, like around 511g

Does Mazuri contain protein?

He eats like a monster otherwise, it's kinda scary how much he is eating
I'm pretty sure my nephew of nearly 3 doesn't even eat as much as he does!
(or she)
 

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My Sulcata was hovering around 450g -470g for 2 months when I didn't feed it any mazuris (poop weight goes up and down)

Then for the last two weeks or so I started to feed him 2-3 nugget of mazuris a day, (he really didn't like it at all, so I had to massage the wet mazuri into the veggies so pieces of it stick to the veggies, he had no choice but to eat it)

Now he is at 522g going from 470g in merely 2 weeks!

I already accounted for poop weight
After the loo he is still definitely over 500g now, like around 511g

Does Mazuri contain protein?

He eats like a monster otherwise, it's kinda scary how much he is eating
I'm pretty sure my nephew of nearly 3 doesn't even eat as much as he does!
(or she)
I think the bag says 15% protein or not less than 15%. I might be mistaken.
 

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Mazuri really does help them bulk up big time. Tank could eat it everyday if I let him. He goes crazy for it. Now I've been mixing it with more grass and hay cut up. I'm hoping to transition him to mostly grass and hay.
 

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Try Hay Pellets , soaked and mixed in with the Mazuri ! ;)
Yea I have heard on here about hay pellets. Thanks for reminding me as I just ordered some [emoji6] Here is the hay I have been cutting up, soaking, and then mixing with mazuri. It’s pretty soft already and smells good
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You will be buying hay by the bale pretty soon ! It is a staple for Speedy now , I chop some up in a bucket and soak it overnight to reconstitute it ! I mix in Greens , or Mazuri one day a week , or hay pellets one day a week ! I don't have acres of grass , so it works well for me .

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My Sulcata was hovering around 450g -470g for 2 months when I didn't feed it any mazuris (poop weight goes up and down)

Then for the last two weeks or so I started to feed him 2-3 nugget of mazuris a day, (he really didn't like it at all, so I had to massage the wet mazuri into the veggies so pieces of it stick to the veggies, he had no choice but to eat it)

Now he is at 522g going from 470g in merely 2 weeks!

I already accounted for poop weight
After the loo he is still definitely over 500g now, like around 511g

Does Mazuri contain protein?

He eats like a monster otherwise, it's kinda scary how much he is eating
I'm pretty sure my nephew of nearly 3 doesn't even eat as much as he does!
(or she)
I am confused, why would you want rapid growth?
 

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