I'm not sure, he's practically blind already due to inner ear problems. He still reacts to some movement like if you call to hime sometimes his eyes move forward to look at you but it could just be one eye he's looking out of.Could he have knocked it? Looks like the lens of the eye has been disturbed. Can he still see out of it?
No, they're rubbish. There's only one vet in the area that does exotics that seems to know what she's doing but last two times I asked specifically for her they booked me in with her trainees.Yep a crazy amount of money, they know how to charge. Is your local vet a good reptile specialist?
I would do but It costs me £40 in taxi fare to go there and back to that particular vets and I didn't remember they did this the previous time I booked so couldn't be bothered complaining.They should not give you appts with trainees unless you say it is okay. You need to state that you want to see the vet who you want to see.
Hi Mike, yes it was JP I used to see. I've seen Andy now a few times when he used to work at JP's and then at stanhope road as well.I had a feeling you were going to say somewhere in the North East from the description of the situation.
(Bishop Auckland here. Hi!)
I have a suspicion you may be talking about Jaqui Patterson's?
I would try Micaela Wright at Stanhope Park (On Stanhope Road South).
Andy Cloney was working there, but he has since moved on and I have had trouble tracking him down. I did hear he was setting up his own practice with his wife somewhere in Middlesbrough, but am yet to see any evidence of that, but he would be my go-to herp vet if I knew where he currently was (he used to work at JP and SP and has since worked down in London before coming back to the north east).