Hello, I posted a few months ago about my bearded dragon Suzi Q. She has been doing a lot better until recently around Halloween. She’s been going through shed and only one nose plug came out. The other isn’t and she’s now breathing from her mouth and makes a noise with her lips. Her beard appears bigger when she does this. This week she hasn’t been able to open her eyes. The last two weeks because of the breathing issues she hasn’t been eating. I took her to my usual exotic vet around this time and he’s suppose to collect any notes that the last vet took and so far he thinks she needs her husbandry corrected and proper dosage of Calcium. I mentioned the breathing but he didn’t see any signs of respiratory and he agrees it must have something to do with her nose plug but he didn’t think it was ready to pluck. She’s suppose to be seen again in about two weeks and I don’t know what to do about her condition right now. I have been soaking her and giving her 6 drops twice a week of flukers vitamins because he thinks she’s not getting the vitamins she needs. He also wants me to get a temperature gun to watch the temps of her enclosure. Her basking side is 95 degrees Fahrenheit and her cool side is 70. Humidity ranges from 30 to 40%. I got rid of the mulch and I want to get rid of the big log and fake rock hide and put something smaller but enough for her to have somewhere to hide. I guess what I’m saying is can anyone reccomended me items to put in her enclosure? Also if there’s anything I can do about the nose plug? The vet is suppose to call me after thanksgiving to check on her and he said if her condition changes then to call. Also the watering plant I’m getting rid of. Also what tape is safe to tape down a thermometer because in the pic the one I have is popping up. I understand the enclosure isn’t great so I hope there isn’t any judgement I will make sure to continue to make it better with suggestions. Also she was tested for adenovirus four months ago and came back negative. I plan to get her tested again soon to make sure it isn’t dormant.