You can find carnivore care on amazon. I bought mine from my vet
I believe that is a form of Albon. Albon can make them very sick and stop them from eating. I would ask your vet for Ponazuril. Did you read the link that I gave you above about Albon and Ponazuril? Here it is again. Us old timers have been using Ponazuril for many years now.Bactrim
Yes, Thank you! After reading it, I looked up several other posts about ponazuril here on the forums. I spoke to the receptionist and she asked the vet for me, but she didn’t want to switch her. She didn’t give an explanation or anything. This is reason number 207 to find a new vet ASAP! I never actually spoke with her...only the receptionist called me back. I am looking for another exotic vet (preferably one with reptile speciality). There is an exotic a little over an hour away but it looks like they do mostly birds from the website and they had some negative reviews online. The one I could find with a reptile speciality is 3 hrs away. Would you recommend stopping treatment until I can get her to a different vet? I have seriously thought about it, but didn’t know what’s worse...the parasite or the meds.I believe that is a form of Albon. Albon can make them very sick and stop them from eating. I would ask your vet for Ponazuril. Did you read the link that I gave you above about Albon and Ponazuril? Here it is again. Us old timers have been using Ponazuril for many years now.
It’s a compound drug from Diamondback compound pharmacy. They will ship it right to your door.I called back AGAIN this morning BEGGING to be switched to ponazuril. I was told that they would ask her again and give me a call, but they have a hard time finding it so that's why she wouldn't switch her last week. Hopefully, they will listen this time. I told them (while crying) what a hard time she is having!
Yes, she had a 5 gal bucket in her large cage, but I put a smaller one in there and will just replace dirt and sanitize with peroxide daily.
Ok, I called again and left another message with the receptionist. I feel like I'm being a pain, but I don't really care at this point. I left the name & number of the compound pharmacy...and again they told me they would call me back. Maybe they will just go ahead and do it just to shut me up, lol!
FINALLY talked to the actual vet, who did try to tell me that the two drugs would do the same thing and treat the same way. After she tried to convince me to continue with Bactrim, she tried to get me to use another similar drug. I guess when she realized she wasn’t changing my mind, she finally agreed to call Diamondback. She never dealt with them and was hesitant to call them, but They immediately contacted me and it will be processed and shipped out in 1-2 days.
I am concerned that they said they were unsure of the dosage so they prescribed the bierded dragon dose I certainly don’t want to overdose her. I think they said she was 109 grams when she went in last week. I will bring home my digital scale from my lab tomorrow. I’m sure she’s lost weight!
I did...even though I had JUST purchased several plants for her 2 days before. I just don't want to keep battling this because I didn't wash the plants well enough. It just makes sense that if you have to use such harsh chemicals to clean the cage that just washing a plant could possibly reinfect them. It might be fine, but I just didn't want to take chances.I was wondering do you have to throw away all live plants or can they be saved? Just wondering because my chameleon also has coccidia?