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post #41 of 46 Old 05-19-2014, 09:48 AM Thread Starter
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Ogoun decided to help Jaysee drive to the vet.. He loves his vet


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post #42 of 46 Old 05-19-2014, 10:46 PM
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omg hes so cute i love it!!!!
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post #43 of 46 Old 07-02-2014, 11:54 AM Thread Starter
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Best news I've had in ages !! My little growth stunted frilled dragon had his follow up blood work done to see how he's doing . He's been on syringe fed carnivore care 2x per day and 3 meds daily . Kidney issues previously looked inherited and so bad that being euthanized had become an option . Well, his blood came back all clear !! He's well! A few months ago he was losing motor skills and seriously failing to thrive since the day I got him.. I will attempt tapering his meds after he gets a bit bigger. He even doubled in weight from March to June .. And previously wasn't growing at all. All that hard work paid off ❤️

Lol.. He was hiding and cuddling me all day that day .. People were working on the house and he didn't like it haha


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post #44 of 46 Old 07-29-2014, 02:36 PM Thread Starter
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In other news .. My female frilled dragon seems to have re injured an old injury from before I got her. Had to get an X-ray and looks like her elbow never healed right causing the two bones in her forearm to grow apart at an angle .
She transformed into an angry dinosaur at the vet 2weeks ago at the 1st apt


Just got the splint off now and continuing pain meds for her for a little while . Dr says if she keeps avoiding use of the arm then amputation may be the kindest thing to do . We shall see ..


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post #45 of 46 Old 07-29-2014, 03:22 PM
Glad she's doing better!

Amputation isn't all that bad. I've rehabbed many a beardie that had one or more limbs "amputated" by siblings when they were younger. I've had a lot of leopard gecko "amputees" from poorly conditions and retained sheds as well. She will do fine should that have to happen.
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post #46 of 46 Old 07-30-2014, 06:30 AM Thread Starter
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My Dragons! Please share urs if anyone else has some!

Thanks .. Yeah I know they do well but it's sad.. But I don't want her in pain. However it may mean more to frilly then other lizards to lose an arm . They are wild climbers and I noticed with her splint she had a lot of trouble climbing like she used to . For example .. Let a beardie have free roam for a bit around the house and I promise by the end you'll find him under a couch or something similar ... However you'll find a frilly 8 feet above the floor sleeping on top a curtain rod lol. I'm concerned the 4ft tall viv I was going to give her will not be safe for her now . She may be doomed to her 75g

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