I am so glad it was a relatively easy fix...I was worried he would end up having to have his jaw wired or something.
He is VERY lucky to have you:)
I hope everything stays where it is supposed to be and he 'beefs up' a bit too;)
We have had Calvin our T.G.A. for a year now...and he is fantastic!
He is an adult (maybe about 8 years old).
He never chews on anything hard though...no calcium blocks, mineral blocks, rocks, cuttlefish etc.
But so far his little beak looks the same as the day we brought him home.
For the fishy smell...slice a lemon in half and rub it on your hands then sprinkle baking soda over them and rub it all in and rinse...It should cut the smell. FYI, if you have any cuts though it will burn.
I like the TRex Active UV flood bulbs.
They are designed to last a year, and then eventhough they might still be working you should change the bulb as the UVA/B output decreases.
It depends on how 'deep' you want to look...but...
If he is the President of your local Herpetological Society, thus kind of the one who runs the show...you might be at a dead end...unless you wan tot find out who the past President is and see if he/she would have any advice.
We had our Greek Tort on dewormer after we brought him home.
I first oredered the probiotics all by themselves to help with the dewormer seide effects.
Then I read about the TNT with the probiotics in it.
The amount and type in the TNT seem beneficial without the possibility of being...
Thank you for the reply...
I also read the reply in the other thread...great information.
These guys seem a lot more complex than the Greek we have.
Everytime I think a Yellow or Redfoot or Sulcatta would be neat I read a thread about them and think...nope...best left to those with more...
RE: NEED SOME INFO!!! HELP!!!
Take a breath...no one said you were dumb.
You asked in a panic, did not give the specific information that it was just in your yard not part of his diet.
Based on the information you gave you were given thorough information from someone trying to help out.