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Postby SofiaSal » Thu Oct 01, 2020 11:20 am

My bearded dragon Marshmellow is about 7 months old, he has been having a runny poop every time he poops, he used to poop every day but since September he has been pooping every two days so I think that's his new normal. I took him to the vet for a checkup and also brought a sample of his poop for them to run a fecal test. The vet told me that he didn't have any parasites, his movement has been lethargic but he has been eating around 30-40 crickets once a day ( he doesn't seem to want to eat twice a day anymore) I'm really concerned, '
his poop has been looking like this
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I've been bathing him once a day for 15mins in warm water, i've been giving him collard greens, not too many and I give him fruit once a week at most. I dont know what is causing the runny poop, his temperatures are between 93-96 Fahrenheit in his wamr side, he has UV and the temperature in his cool side is around 88 Fahrenheit and the hydrometer marks around 40 percent humidity. He is also satrting to shed but he has never had runny poop while shedding.
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Postby KarrieRee » Thu Oct 01, 2020 3:07 pm

The collard greens should not cause runny poop the fruit might- I would lay off the fruit and look at this website for more options to feed ignore the kale thing its a good staple feeder- I would also add some super worms horn worms meal worms and silk worms to his diet -- and a different staple feeder - silks are a good staple feeder or dubia roaches-- if you need websites for them please ask
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