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RE: Baby frilled lizards

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Posted by: reptilelover700 at Mon May 31 16:39:52 2010  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by reptilelover700 ]  
   

Well since you have 2 imported frillies you may encounter quite a bit of problems. I would personally separate them at least for now. The skin problem is likely a retained shed which could be a result of low humidity and/or dehydration. Frequently soak them and brush them with a soft toothbrush. Orally administer water to help with the dehydration.

One member on my forum is from the LA area and may be able to help you out with finding a vet. All I can do is suggest you visit www.herpvetconnection.com to find one. You will probably want a fecal exam done because I would be willing to bet that they have parasites.

You are more than welcome to join my site. The more the merrier and we welcome everyone with open arms.
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