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  1. Brodybreaux25

    Need help new baby Cham

    We need a video.
  2. Brodybreaux25

    Sickly veiled chameleon

  3. Brodybreaux25

    Sickly veiled chameleon

    Massive file dump ahead!
  4. Brodybreaux25

    Sickly veiled chameleon

    Only a vet can help this one, she’s going to be a coin flip. Your top priority is getting her to a vet TODAY! Once you’ve done that we can discuss liquid calcium and doing a husbandry review. Once your done with the vet: Please fill out the “how to ask for help” form and post your answers back...
  5. Brodybreaux25

    Sickly veiled chameleon

    Correct. SHE has an extreme case of MBD.
  6. Brodybreaux25

    He is dying.

    Glad someone did!
  7. Brodybreaux25

    He is dying.

  8. Brodybreaux25

    Resurrection fern

    Agree^ have them in my panther viv too.
  9. Brodybreaux25

    He is dying.

    Wait what happened to the crickets?
  10. Brodybreaux25

    He is dying.

    Just get it over with, stress now or later...
  11. Brodybreaux25

    He is dying.

  12. Brodybreaux25

    He is dying.

    Think I got it...
  13. Brodybreaux25

    He is dying.

    @veildmav see graphic above
  14. Brodybreaux25

    He is dying.

    He won’t like it at all but you will have to pull and force him to do it .
  15. Brodybreaux25

    He is dying.

    Trying to link the vid but it’s being difficult... grab the casque first, then under the chin.
  16. Brodybreaux25

    He is dying.

    Well at least he’s alert and understands what’s happening around him now...
  17. Brodybreaux25

    He is dying.

    Respectfully, I was thinking rescue, not vet.
  18. Brodybreaux25

    He is dying.

    How old are you?
  19. Brodybreaux25

    He is dying.

    Since $ is an issue the best thing you can do is put him in the sun and get a good multivitamin into him. These are cheap and some can be found locally I’m sure. What part of Florida are you in? @jannb know a rescue?
  20. Brodybreaux25

    He is dying.

    Very mature decision, keep pumping a few more crickets and water into him. If he keeps them down we can give him more later. If it’s warm enough put him in direct sunlight.
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