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Reptile diseases... black-collared lizard... sist/growth...


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Posted by David Boren on July 18, 2002 at 13:10:34:

Okay, please help me. My pet black-collared lizard has came down with some sort of growth, like a large zit/absest/sist on one of his hind legs. There is also some sort of scab near his anal/rectal region. The sist is firm, as in not squishy, and the scab/scabs near his rear end are not open wounds. None of his wounds seem to be growing or festering. Does anyone know of what this could be? I need any information I can get. A woman at the local pet store said to bathe him in about 3/4 inches of warmed salt water for 15 minutes two times a day or half an hour once a day, which I've been doing. I have tried to look up reptile diseases on the web... thats how I found this. Dont post here... please email me with any help. my email is:
masterflash2k1@hotmail.com


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