Pinworms?

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Pinworms?

Postby TASTIGER » Fri Nov 04, 2011 6:33 pm

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we are doing fecals using the centerifuge in class and i think aurora has pinworms :shock: of course ill get a sample to my vet to get an accurate diagnosis but i was just woundering if anyone has any tips on treating a brumating dragon. she is down untill febuary and she really hates being woken up.

and i just wanted to add if you ever get a chance to do your own fecal DO IT!! it is so amazing.
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Re: Pinworms?

Postby GeckoGarden » Sat Nov 05, 2011 11:02 pm

Gaaa she got it too!!!

I swear...

Even though Magenta and Roy keep are burmating, I wake them up toss them in the warm light, feed them something they love, then give them their meds, seems to be working so far.
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Re: Pinworms?

Postby TASTIGER » Sat Nov 05, 2011 11:04 pm

the only problem is she doesnt like anything when shes brumating.. and i dont know where it came from i got a fecal test when she was showing signs of brumating. oh well i guess ill have to remove her hide and force her awake
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Re: Pinworms?

Postby GeckoGarden » Sat Nov 05, 2011 11:12 pm

Poor little one
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