They do heal a little slowly so try to be patient & give it some time. Just be sure the dust in the tank is minimal so
it cuts down on the chance of infection.
If there are any raw areas just dab some sterile distilled water on the areas to keep it clean. Or a very diluted betadine
solution is fine also, before applying any honey on the areas.
His first vet visit went well! Abelardo Texas looks good physically according to his new Dr.
Unfortunately, on the fecal it showed that he has Coccidia. Not a surprise honestly... he has been having diarrhea since I got him. I got Albon, F10, and a steam cleaner on hand.
I'm kinda freaked out, I heard coccidia is a beast to get rid of. Wish me luck!
Sorry didn’t mean to post the last post was an accident, but I do have a question I have a 7 month old dragon, her name is Smaug and she will not eat her salad I have tried everything that I can, just wondering if anyone can help me because I’m stuck and I know that she should probably be eating them by now! If anyone can give me ideas that would be great!