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Posted by: Frogger91 at Thu Nov 1 19:33:53 2007  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Frogger91 ]  
   

So, we took the White's to the vet, who told us that he's probably trying to pass something through his system. We were told to put him on a regimen of mineral oil and gatorade to help keep his strength up and allow him to pass whatever is blocking him up and keeping him from eating.

However, several hours after today's dose of mineral oil, we've discovered the from laying flat at the bottom of his terrarium, alive but unresponsive, and belching up what I can only assume is blood. We're taking him right into the vet tomorrow morning (if he lasts that long), but does anyone have any insight into why he'd be spitting up blood?? It's not an excessive amount, just a bit of pink, really, but it's got us extremely worried nevertheless...


   

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