Froggy Eyes- does this really mean heart issues?

alexisrogersily

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Lemmy
Hello,
I have a 4 year old bearded dragon named Lemmy. He has two masses on each side so I took him to the vet and I had to leave him there while they sedated him, did x-rays, and tests of the masses. While I was there the vet mentioned his eyes are bulbous and like frog eyes and that’s not normal and indicates a heart issue. I can’t find anything online about froggy eyes meaning it’s a heart issue as he’s always had eyes like that. Has anyone has this experience or can tell me if there’s research that backs that up?
 

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KarrieRee

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Hiccup he is 6 and Blaze is 4
Hello,
I have a 4 year old bearded dragon named Lemmy. He has two masses on each side so I took him to the vet and I had to leave him there while they sedated him, did x-rays, and tests of the masses. While I was there the vet mentioned his eyes are bulbous and like frog eyes and that’s not normal and indicates a heart issue. I can’t find anything online about froggy eyes meaning it’s a heart issue as he’s always had eyes like that. Has anyone has this experience or can tell me if there’s research that backs that up?
They are bulgy - when the testing comes back and X-ray please post so Tracie can see them - she can better help you-
 

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