I work at a pet store and just adopted a 7 month old beardie that was surrendered to us. His previous owner didn't know how to care for him - His tank was way too small, improper lighting, improper diet, not getting any supplements etc. As a result he has mbd and had lost all of his teeth to mouth rot. He also appears to have tail rot, but it's not severe so I have been treating it at home with betadine and neosporin. I will continue that treatment for a week or so and see if there's any improvement, then continue as needed. He is still on calcium glubionate and metronidazole from the vet. He did well the first day we brought him home, he seemed to enjoy the larger tank (went from a 10 gal to a 75). He was more active than he was when he was brought in, eating normally, and his colors lightened way up. I think he was so dark before due to stress from being in a tiny tank. Anyways, before I took him home he was having some digestion issues and his stools contained whole undigested worms. A few coworkers and fellow beardie owners of mine suggested I try cutting up his worms before feeding, since he doesn't have any teeth. However it seemed strange that they were coming out whole. Even with no teeth, his stomach enzymes should be breaking his food down, correct? He's been home for 3 days now and I'm cutting his food up, but yesterday and this morning he had diarrhea with undigested chunks of worms and veggies. Usually he eats as soon as food is available, but this morning he isn't eating and I don't know what to do. I'm trying to get him in to see our store's reptile vet, but until then what can I do? He has a 10.0 T5Ho hood that covers the entire length of his tank, basking spot around 100-105, warm side around 90, and cool side about 80 degrees. So I don't think lighting or heat are the problem. He gets crickets (smaller than space between his eyes), cut up mealworms w/ calcium dust, and for veggies he's been getting collard greens, bell pepper, zucchini, carrots and squash. Am I doing something wrong, or could this be a result of his previous improper care? I know diarrhea can be from stress, and he did just move to a new tank in a new house with new owners... Should I wait a day or 2 and see if he improves? Or should I do something right away? He's worrying me and I really couldn't live with myself if anything happened to him. I've only had him a couple days but already he's my baby, I want to give him a second shot and get him better not watch him get worse. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.