Yeah.i wouldn’t do that.Please No enemas!!
Just a warning about this because there are at times very bad reactions afterwards including beardie dying within a day to a week . Some vets give an enema when a dragon is going in to brumation and not pooing during this time, not recognizing that beardies rarely poo during their " sleepy "...www.beardeddragon.org
We just got back a little bit ago and the X-ray shows nothing wrong. Legs look good no injury, no impaction or anything like that. They did her bloodwork and sending it out I should hear in 2-3 days they said about results. They said back in June her acid levels were good but they are going to check it and to see if she has any trace of infection still.
When they brought her back in the room she crawled up on my shoulder good. Was told if we can’t find out what’s going on she may refer me to a specialist to see. After we got home I gave her a couple roaches with her calcium. Vet said to keep her on them until we get results back since we know she’ll get her calcium that way. I had her outside since it’s warm and she laid around and eventually crawled up on my shoulder and I could see the back leg was still shakey. Brought her in and she’s been laying in her tank and went to climb up on a vine and now looks like her front leg is a little weak. I don’t know what to do. I’m hoping she may just be sore from the exam or if they maybe had to restrain her for her X-ray. They did everything outside the room so I don’t know what went on.
My family and the vet said she may just be acting to get more attention since she use to be out of her cage a lot more until she got sick and needed surgery. I’m just worried we may be missing something.