she’s barely walking and when she does she can’t walk straight it’s really hard for her and check her out she’s a weird color today am really worried about her does anyone know was this
Second the MBD, just wasn’t sure enough to post. @Mrlopez006 you need an experienced chameleon vet ASAP for bothChameleons produce and lay eggs regardless of whether they’ve ever even seen a male. You need to prepare a lay bin immediately. Give her absolute privacy once she enters it and starts digging.
However, I don’t like the curve of her legs and wonder if she has perhaps mbd. I think in this case, the best thing to do is get her in to see a vet ASAP. If she is eggbound, it is very serious and needs a speedy response.
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It’s hard to tell you’ll need a vet visit and the laying bin ASAP! I’ll let @MissSkittles help you since she has more experience with females also I third the MBD that’s what I immediately thought after seeing pictureTupperware types
how much time do I have from this point on she’s been like this for 2 days
They will do an X-ray to check if she has eggs and if she’s egg bound etc... Depending on if she is there is a whole surgical matter that goes into it. If she’s not yet egg bound you will be able to take her home with whatever the vet gives or tells you and she will lay in her bin hopefully!If I may ask if I take her to the vet do they help her lay her eggs or do they tell me to do it it’s my first time with a chameleon
They should definitely take a X-ray to see what all is inside and how both her bones and the eggs look. They may take some blood to check her calcium levels, possibly give her a shot of calcium and possibly a shot of a medication called oxytocin to help induce laying.If I may ask if I take her to the vet do they help her lay her eggs or do they tell me to do it it’s my first time with a chameleon