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Dragon shaking

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Posted by: wlpython at Tue Nov 15 19:33:02 2011  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by wlpython ]  
   

We have a young dragon that every time he moves it shakes. His tail has developed a crooked section almost like it was broken but it hasn't had any trauma. The tail is moveable and he can manuver it when he chases crickets. Just today when my daughter tried to get him out he "tensed" up and shook so bad he fell off the rock he was on and couldn't correct himself. We feed him Nature Zone Beardie Bites, Tortise Bites, crickets, meal worms dusted with Zoo Med Repti Cal. We have a Repti Glo 10.0 uv light (12 hrs) and a 60 watt ceramic heater (on 24x7). He eats ravenously everyday.

Any Ideas


   

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