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Posted by: Linda G at Sun Oct 9 13:10:50 2011  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Linda G ]  
   

I had some Terramyacin ointment which I applied on Friday late afternoon. I got home today and his eye looks a little better. It is open but appears to be bloodshot. Do you think he stuck something in it? I have been keeping his enclosure at 70-80% humidity. He ate a great diet over the summer so I really don't think it is a Vitamin A deficiency. He doesn't appear to have a respiratory infection either. He has been refusing to eat as he is slowing for hibernation. I am concerned as he MUST be allowed to hibernate as I had to last year after not eating for many weeks.

Let me know what you guys think.
Thanks, Linda


   

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