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  1. Lizards
    Hey, I did a search but couldn't find anything so hope someone can help :-) My 14 year old leopard gecko went to the vets last week due to sudden weight loss. It seems he has liver disease and is now on medicine, carni care supplement and wax worms to fatten him up (plus he had stopped...
  2. Snakes
    Hi all My B.C.I have had a few problems like mites and regurgitating and she's just 3 months old. I'm thinking about force feeding and she haven't had a meal for this last month. She used to eat fuzzies She shed yesterday and didn't eat a fuzzy today Are you with force feeding or you will...
  3. Lizards
    My male gecko has lost a little weight, and seems to have lost interest in food. He does still eat, but not as much as i think he should be. He weights 50grams at the moment. I have fed him via syringe a couple of time(basically of mushed bugs with calcium and multi vits). I saw a video on...
  4. Lizards
    Okay guys so my last attempt of saving my gecko is to force a tail drop, some will obviously think this is wrong however if you could see his tail im sure you would agree! His tail has lost all blood supply already and has shrivelled and is now 3/4 rock hard. The vet has said £250 for...
  5. Snakes
    I may not want to hear this but our local reptile shop has advised that our six month old male royal is underweight and they're going to try and force feed him. Gutted about this, as we'll probably need to continue with this when we get him back. What's involved with it? IS it easy to do or will...
  6. Lizards
    For a while I couldn't get my CWD to eat crickets he would eat everything else except crickets, so I was trying to get him to eat some today and I noticed if I rubbed it aginst the side of his mouth;it would cause him to open it. I kept doing it and eventually with a little persistence he ate...
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