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Adult Male Beardie needs new home

Ollie is almost 2 years old and I am looking to rehome him. He has a lot of health issues, mostly diarrhea that he’s had for over a year. He has been to the vet several times and has been medicated for multiple parasites but he is still just a generally sickly boy. I am a college student and I do not have the time or energy to give him the amount of personal care he needs. I love him and want to fin someone who will take good care of him. He comes with a 40 gallon tank with decorations, uvb, heat lamp, and ceramic heat emitter. Looking for someone in texas or close to it because I don’t have much money to spend on transportation.


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BD.org Sicko
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I hope you are able to find a good home for him soon. Based on the photos you posted, he actually looks healthy and alert which is great. Sometimes if they have messy poop, it isn't necessarily an indication of a parasite but I think it could be more like IBS/IBD. If you offer some hydrating foods like squash, this helps to prevent them from getting dehydrated from the water loss. Otherwise they can be quite happy and healthy without much intervention aside from slightly more difficult cleanup at times.
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