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    Advice for an egg bound chameleon

    Unfortunately I had to have her euthanized that same day. I thought she could pull through it but just kept getting worse and worse until I could tell she was so weak and in so much pain it was the most humane thing to do. I couldn't get her to eat though so I'm not sure how that could change...
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    Advice for an egg bound chameleon

    Thank you, she's my best friend and I love her so much so it's going to be really hard, but I just don't want her to suffer any longer than she has too
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    Advice for an egg bound chameleon

    I might have to go with euthanasia, I really just don't want her to suffer longer than she has too
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    Advice for an egg bound chameleon

    Thank you for responding, I was really worried that was the case. Do you have any idea how long this process is? It's really hard to see her in this much pain and so exhausted.
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    Advice for an egg bound chameleon

    That would be great, I am near Salem, Oregon
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    Advice for an egg bound chameleon

    I was considering surgery, but the one exotic vet I found nearby said he hasn't done too many and it would pretty much be a random chance if she survived 😟
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    Advice for an egg bound chameleon

    My 1 year old female veiled chameleon laid her 2nd clutch of eggs. She laid about 43 and I thought that was all of them until I noticed blood in her stool. She was being lethargic, had sunken eyes, and a few other symptoms. I took her to the vet and they did an x-ray and said it looked like...
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