Have you tried washing it off? Was she rubbing her nose in the dirt outside ? Being shes so young I would advise not taking her outside unless you have her ins something like plastic tote NO glass or some sort of pen so she does not get away from you -- they are very fast and can easily get under things you cant get to-- how long have you had her and where did you get her from?
Ok was there something black in the tote- she could of been rubbing her nose on the sides of the tote- were you w/ her the whole time? I would let her acclimate to her tank and surroundings before you take her out anymore shes really little- what are you using for a UVB please--- No COILS-- they are no good-- no colored bulbs no heat mats or rocks please and no sand--- basking temps need to be taken w/ a digital probe thermometer- stick ons are inaccurate--
The tote was clean. I gave her a bath in it. No soap though. I never use soap. I was with her. I'm using one of those long stick ones. I use coconut bark not sand. I'll be switching to carpet when I get her a bigger tank. Right now I have her in a 40 gallon.
Long stick ? You mean long tube? Please look on the bulb and tell me brand and bulb look for T 8 or T 5- they have certain distance and placement that is crucial- the coconut bark does it have sharp edges on the pieces? If it does if she ingest one of those it could be fatal- I am going to flag your post about the nose to ahbd and Tracie she is the vet tech mod on here -
Ok so if you have a wide holed type- it can stay on top of screen basking decor directly underneath 8-10 inches-- fine screen mesh it needs to go inside the tank or be unobstructed 12-15 inches directly above the basking decor
That is very odd regarding the darkness on her snout. I agree with Karrie, it is possible she
rubbed her nose on the mesh too much, & it has scabbed up possibly?
It does not rinse off in a bath either?
Have you been feeding her any baby foods, or other foods with a dropper or syringe that could
have dried up on her snout?
The Reptisun 10 T5 tube is a great bulb. Be sure to have it 12 or so inches from her if you place
it on the underneath side of the screen top. How far is her basking light from her?
I have questions about bubbles on our bearded dragons eye.
So he’s gotten bubbles on his eye. We wiped them off and it’s only been twice in the last few weeks. Should we be concerned? No coughing or congestion. He’s very hungry and sleeps well. He’s 8-9 month range. His humidity is 30-40 day time and as high as 50-55 at night to early morning.
Should we be concerned?
Currently trying not to stress over my anemic dragon....she is being treated, but I don't agree with her treatment plan and have been seeking out a second opinion from another vet. If anyone else has dealt with anemia, please let me know how it was resolved. I am losing sleep over this
Another post lol. My beardie does not like enclosures. Her tank is the kids room and she has created a nesting/bed spot in the corner. She will cuddle with my son but she know when the lights are out and the kids go to sleep, she literally goes to her bed like she is our 3rd baby. I love her. And to think, I never wanted a beardie lol