I was given a baby sulcata November the 11th of 2018. She weighed 52 grams. I weighed her yesterday and she’s now at 116 grams. How do I know if I am feeding her too much and is she growing too fast? I had to get a bigger log hide and cave because she’s gotten taller. She seems healthy. No problems eating loves soaking daily and lays in her water dish on her own. She’s active. I can’t wait until spring weather gets here so she can be outside in natural sun and learning to eat more of a sulcata diet. I feed her twice a day. She eats well but never eats everything. I have a vet that only treats sulcata’s and even rescues them. I’m not big on vets with exotic animals but I feel confident she will be great if Amara ever needs care. She knows a lot of what I’ve read in the archives here and what members helped me with when Amara was sick and well. She knows about baytril and the dangers of vitamin A. She knows about carrot baths and nasal flushes. She even has one that is hers and got her into rescuing. I met her when I took my dog to one of the vets that doesn’t specialize in exotics. I was so happy and blessed to find a vet that holds my views and those I’ve read here I forgot to ask her about watching her weight and if she’s gaining too fast. Nobody here has failed me here and a lot are long time sulcata moms and dads. So from November 11, 2018 until March 12, 2019 she went from 52 grams to 116 grams. She wasn’t taken care of at the exotic pet store my wife got her from. Her environment was horrific. They were feeding her cabbage only. They had her on reptile carpet so they wouldn’t have to clean up a mess. Lighting and humidity were a joke. I understand people treat pets as food equals love and I don’t want that to be the case. I want to give her the happiest healthiest life I possibly can. I’m 49 so I know I need preparations for her when I pass. I didn’t just arrange anyone. Only the best the knowledgeable loving person who will give her what she deserves and needs. I knew what I was getting into as far as how long she will live how big and cost. I’ve learned a lot here about the day to day needs. Is she growing too fast or too slow? I’ve read your not supposed to kiss your sulcata anywhere but Amara has three personalities. Don’t bug me. I’m going to be funny and entertain and the third affectionate. She nudges my nose and rubs her nose on mine. She comes to me when I call her baybe yes its how I spelled it. The internet has never been accurate. I have found very good information and opinions that work great here. She likes to play with her cuttlebone when she’s not sharpening her beak. So please if you can answer to the best of your experience and knowledge please do.