Sick baby veiled?

redhorse

Avid Member
JMO if you can not find an emergency vet....
Call the High School (science dept.), Your local Community College (biology dept. and see if they do zoology), Zoo (herpetology dept.).
Check in the local craigslist for breeders of reptiles.
Many of these sources can possibly find someone to help. Youtube Rehabilitation for sick chameleons have some videos how to force feed and tube feed along with hydration issues (I only suggest these due to no other help).

Best wishes
 

rango123veiled

Established Member
Rango friend respectfully i don't think you are in a position currently to be trying to advise other people in caring for their chameleons. IMHO. Best wishes on your future endeavors.
im now aware of this id just like to make sure that this one final time i give information if its right or not, and if i should delete the message. im and idiot you're gonna need to get used to it.
 
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Arpretty

Avid Member
Hey there, if you're located in MD, I know of a highly recommended emergency vet in New Jersey - I'm in the same boat as you; MidAtlantic area is really lacking in exotic vet care. My typical exotic vet is about 1 hour from me, but the emergency vet I'm recommending to you is who they source to for critical situations. It is Mount Laurel Animal Hospital. 220 Mount Laurel Rd. Mount Laurel, NJ. 856-234-7626. I think they would be around 2.5 hours from you BUT if you cannot find anyone closer, the drive could be worth it.

Other possible options:
MidShore Veterinary Service http://midshoreveterinaryservice.vetstreet.com/
Eastern Shore Animal Hospital http://www.bwci.com/EASTERNSHORE/
Maryland Avian & Exotics https://marylandexotics.com/

Another way to find an emergency vet is to do a google search for exotic vets in your area. Or, if you have a dog or cat, call your typical vet and ask for recommendations. Make a couple phone calls and ask for exotic vets who see chameleons and inquire about fitting in an emergency visit. I would bank that you could find someone closer if you are near the VA line. Do this & dive into the husbandry changes being recommended and your baby may fight through!
 

ERKleRose

Chameleon Enthusiast
im now aware of this id just like to make sure that this one final time i give information if its right or not, and if i should delete the message. im and idiot you're gonna need to get used to it.
I don’t mean for this to come out as mean or harsh, but you need to make sure whatever info you post is 100% accurate and correct, not a guess, if you want to help others on here! Do the research, and read the links and care images people post on here to learn the info if you want to help out.
 
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