We took him back to the vet for a check up. No signs of worms in his last fecal exam. So he’s ok. Leo is about 16-18 months old best estimate by the vet. But he said they cant always guess correctly. I know he’s not mine but my inlaws would never take him to the vet. I love the moody little jerk.
clean him good, with spring water, daily
By bearded dragon do you mean a dog? What are his symptoms?
You sure are an interesting one. He wasn’t digesting his superworms, it was discolored and runny. Now its more solid and his urate is normal. I just talked about bearded dragon poop on a sz forum. I’m weird.
Since you didn’t tell me, I Googled it. I did not know that a bearded dragon is a lizard. Don’t forget we aren’t know it alls.
Sorry I don’t mean to offend. I apologize. I was just happy Leo is better now.
I’m glad he’s feeling better! I’m glad you take such good care of the animals in your life!
I’ve been called worse.
Makes me wonder, don’t they eat worms? How can you get worms from worms? You would imagine they have some sort of resilience.
All feeders carry a risk of parasites. The lizards have to be checked every 6-12 months.
So, parasites contain smaller parasites? I think of worms and insects as parasites, but I suppose they could host parasites themselves.
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