I've been getting weekly pictures of my blue quaker from the breeder until i can bring him home. He is 6 weeks old now and the weekly pictures show drastic changes. Up until this weeks picture he has been the cutest ball of fluff. This week the picture shows all the fluff gone. My question is, will he get fuller feathers as he grows more? Pictures ive seen of other quakers still show them quite full.
Yep, by the 8-week mark the fuzz will be gone and - apart from the tail being short and the body being slightly smaller and less filled out, your quaker will look pretty much like he/she will as an adult. Probably only 10-20 grams difference in weight.