When do mice stop growing? 17g mouse

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When do mice stop growing? 17g mouse

Post by freckles24 on Thu 19 Apr 2018, 12:29 am

I have two mice that came from a pet store originally (I adopted them off CL) and they are at least 12 weeks old. One weighs 42g (Thistle) and the other weighs 31g (Eden). I bought two long haired mice (same litter) from a breeder and they should be right at 7 weeks... one weighs 25g (Willow) and the other weighs a tiny 17g. When do mice stop growing? Do you think my tiny one (Fable) will get bigger?


Thistle is the blue fox, Fable is the fawn (with a light belly), Willow is the chocolate, and Eden is the broken marked.


This is Fable and Willow. same age and same litter? I saw the litter when I picked them out and there was another that was the same size and color as Fable.
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Re: When do mice stop growing? 17g mouse

Post by Peachy on Thu 19 Apr 2018, 12:36 am

Mice are full grown around 3 months/12 weeks. Definitely possible that she'll do some growing! But it's also possible that she's a runt or has some other condition keeping her tiny. Don't despair! I had a gal that was TINY and also was the was most social and lived the longest. Nearly two years. Smile

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