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    End of life issues?

    She seems to be doing better and our vet feels like we may have found the problem. My wife has been increasing the frequency of warm baths. I use a fingernail cleaning brush to stroke her while bathing (George enjoys this too) and it seems to relax her further. We were really worried about what...
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    End of life issues?

    We've taken Ursula to our vet and she suspects , as had we, that perhaps she's over medicated. We felt horrible that we could not distinguish pain from over medicated, but our vet said that the experts have the same trouble. We've switched to tramadol in an effort to eliminate this possibility...
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    End of life issues?

    My wife got Ursula to eat a three superworms which were dusted with cosequin and calcium. She held them for her of course, but it was the first food we've gotten her to eat that wasn't in a syringe. She actually has seemed better this week than she has in a few weeks. I appreciate everyone's...
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    End of life issues?

    I use the warm baths and they both really enjoy it. Ursula hasn't eaten on her own in many months, she was having trouble biting her food. It was as if she was unable to target the salad or insects. At first we held the food for her so she could easily eat without becoming frustrated, but she...
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    End of life issues?

    I have a ten year old female and a ten year old male bearded dragons. Contrary to everything I've read here (and I'm no way disputing the validity of the reports and the dangers associated with this practice), they have always been raised together. My wife and I bought them from someone when...
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