Lately my cham has been having a hard time climbing throughout his enclosure. His back legs seem to not be as strong as his front legs and he is often shaky when nervous. I have a repti 5.0 UVB. The humidity is controlled by a mist king that is set at 50% and never goes over and mainly stays 35%-45%. Plus I live in Arizona so it’s tough to keep it consistent. My supplement schedule is a bit inconsistent but I do non d3 daily and with d3 a couple times a month as well as a multivitamin twice per month. my calcium’s are repti cal and my multi vitamin is exo terra. He eats about 1-3 large dubias everyday. (sometimes every other day) He drinks most of his water out of a hand mister that I offer him 2-3 times a day and his urates are typically very white. My best guess at the moment is possibly not enough time outside or slight dehydration. I think he might of also taken a fall but I cannot tell if his legs are swollen or abnormal. Lately he's been relying on his tail to support his weight and has not been shooting his tongue out as often. Any help would be much appreciated. I plan on taking him to the vet but I wanted to see if anyone could help me get him back on track to being healthy.
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