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eating problem

Species: reptile | Category: nutrition | Submitted: 13 March 2007 05:47PM | viewed 8029 times
Q Kate asks:

Please help, Eliot hasn't eaten for over a week now I tried giving him a worm and he looks at it and tries eating it, gets it in his mouth then spits it out as if he's got a sore mouth. What should I do?

Q Our vet says: Definitely get him to a vet as soon as you can. Reptiles can quickly get dehydrated and become very sick. He may have something wrong with his mouth and it can be difficult for you to examine this at home. The sooner you get him treated by your vet, the better his chances of a good recovery are.

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