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RE: slight eye issue...

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Posted by: sandrachameleon at Tue May 6 23:48:10 2008  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by sandrachameleon ]  
   

Most chams dont really enjoy being directly sprayed. I dont think being sprayed right in his eye would be a nice experience. If there is "gunk" you MIGHT be able to GENTLY wipe the area with a damp q-tip. Better just to increase humidity generally, and see a vet. A vet could tell you if there is anything wrong with the eye, such as retained dead skin around the rim or and irritant or a malformation or whatever.

Too much UVB can damage eyes. Too little has serious consequences. UVB5.0 lamps, changed every six months and positioned at the right distance, are perfectly acceptable.
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