Under feeding and over feeding?

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Derpyy

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I have a beautiful high yellow diamond python that's only 4 months old, it's growing kinda fast and had one shed with me, eye caps and all were in one piece not one rip, it's my first snake and I've had a really good experience so far, it hasn't even striked at me and is very comftable with me holding it(always curious and smelling), now I've tried to get a grasp on what signs an under weight and over weight snake would look like (dimond python), and would appreciate any help! Also the size of mice to snake ratio because I've heard 1.5× up to 2-3× the snakes width, cheers!
 

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how confident are you on it being 4months old? only ask because they usually hatch Jan/Feb (rarely march)

You would not need to change the feeding routine to 10 days as its only a small upsize
 
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how confident are you on it being 4months old? only ask because they usually hatch Jan/Feb (rarely march)

You would not need to change the feeding routine to 10 days as its only a small upsize
how confident are you on it being 4months old? only ask because they usually hatch Jan/Feb (rarely march)

You would not need to change the feeding routine to 10 days as its only a small upsize
Thankyou and yeah don't really know it's birthday, I forgot to ask, but the feeding list they gave me had a date on it so I presumed that was its birthday but I guess that's when the shop got it from the breeder, the other dates had what it was fed next to them but this one had nothing ill probably give them a call and find out
 

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