I am so sorry... I still have my fingers crossed that the baytril will fix whatever is going on. You just never know with these guys and it doesnt always mean a bad ending. So that is what I am hoping for you and Grumpy.Dr Bruce talked to me a little when I picked up the Baytril. He gave me the impression that Grumpy’s situation is an unusual one. He spoke with several other vets who found her case interesting (said they wished the case was theirs) and felt the antibiotic is the best course. He also said he’s never seen as high of a white blood cell count in a lizard as hers is. Still no idea what the hard lumps on her sides are, other than they aren’t eggs or follicles. They were quite prominent earlier and her underbelly looked bloated. All my hopes are in the antibiotic at this point. I just have a really bad gut feeling that this isn’t going to end well.
On the other hand that was scary, luckily it turned out goodThe other day when I was giving her fluids and medication, she completely shut down…closed her eyes and waited for her end.
Got the same problem with Cher right now and it´s her first time......Hate when they screen climb!!Stella has been restlessly roaming thru her enclosure still.
Hopefully it doesn´t bother her too muchI remembered that they are fussy about their bins.
That’s so awesome! I’m so glad sweet grumpy is better! Also very happy that miss Stella is digging her hole!Today is such a better day than the past several have been. My Sweet Grumpy does look a little better and is definitely showing signs that she’s feeling better. As soon as she saw I had a silkworm, she came rushing down from her basking spot to snag it.
Seems Stella is very fussy about her lay bin. After hearing what has become her usual roaming around noises this morning, I just went in and had to listen hard to hear the soft sounds of digging. Took a quick peek and she’s hard at work and almost dug to the bottom of her old bin. I hated to interfere and make any changes, but she obviously has very strict standards about her lay bin.