Egg laying is the priority because this cham will die without getting those eggs out... There are not noticeable bends in the arms. She may very well have MBD but this needs to be dealt with by a vet and if she gets through laying these eggs.I see comments about egg laying but there is also severe MBD going on here that needs to be fixed
She may just be too weak to stand but it looks like mbd to me, I do understand that the eggs are the priority but she has to go to the vet anyway so might as well have them address that issue while shes there.Egg laying is the priority because this cham will die without getting those eggs out... There are not noticeable bends in the arms. She may very well have MBD but this needs to be dealt with by a vet and if she gets through laying these eggs.
Do u think by the way she looks she will make it for today in the morning I have a appointment right in the morningOk I am done.... OP I wish you the best of luck... Please do not focus on the possibility of MBD right now. This will not kill her this week but being eggbound will.
Find a reptile/exotic vet. Not a cat/dog vet. Tell them this is an emergency to get her in ASAP because it is.
Can I ask, how old are you it’s important so we know how to help you more? (Are you a child or an adult is all you really have to say) And I’m not exactly sure I’ve never dealt with MBD or know much about it so I can’t really say.Ye correct is night time her to down at California to
There’s no guarantees as we aren’t really sure how bad off she may be. Chams and most other animals are masters at hiding that anything is wrong until it is very late in the game.
Good job for making an appointment for the morning! She will likely make it through the night, but she needs a vet who is experienced in chameleons. Did you book an exotic vet?
what do you mean? What was the full treatment? Did they take xrays? What are they telling you.I need help knowing some thing I guess I won’t be able to treat her at the vet I don’t got enough money for the full treatment and I was wondering wats the best at this moment
I was told she need’s an Exray and possible surgery but some of us are to poor to do all thatwhat do you mean? What was the full treatment? Did they take xrays? What are they telling you.
Literally there is nothing we can do to help with her being egg bound. This will kill her without a reptile vet stepping in and trying to save her.
Then if that is what they are saying then that is where she is at and what she needs hun. Without it she will die. If she is not able to move around at all she will not be able to lay her eggs.I was told she need’s an Exray and possible surgery but some of us are to poor to do all that
I’ve mentioned this in lots of other threads but you can sign up for care credit. It’s for vet costs since money is the issue but like others have mentioned she NEEDS the vet . Since you are only 15, ask your parents if they can sign up for it, it’s critical that your cham get any and all treatment or else she will die a painful death. I’m sorry sweetie I know this is all hard and having lots of people tell you everything you’re doing wrong may be stressful but, we are only looking out for your cham. We all love chameleons and over the past few days I have heard over 3 chams pass and I’m sure there is more so we just don’t want your cham to suffer the same fate. (Click the username to view the thread)I was told she need’s an Exray and possible surgery but some of us are to poor to do all that
Theres a credit card called "care credit". They do not charge finance charges for 1 year! U might look into applying. It isn't a regular cc so u can use it for veterinarian and medical services only.
Look into that care credit