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Posted by jimbo on April 20, 2003 at 19:02:35:
In Reply to: I can't watch her suffer anymore posted by Lauri on April 20, 2003 at 14:40:20:
By no means am I going to go there, but I would suggest emailing or calling Wendy at http://www.exoticlizards.com/ or calling/emailing Doug at http://www.deerfernfarms.com/ as they are both very knowledgable and helpful. I also couldn't handle anymore vet bills when one of my geyri needed help, but from what I'd learned form the previous visits, I was able to get him back on track. Once the hydration came up, so did the appitite, and it spiraled up from there. If your little guy is really lethargic, he may need to be rehydrated to get the energy up, as he may be "spiraling" downward. That's wqhat Rocky was doing. Don't prematurely give up.
:All you guys and gals halve been so helpful to me in a crisis and I want to thank everyone. I ve done all I feel I can for my uro, thought things were getting better for a minute now I watch her everyday and I can see it in her eyes shes suffering. Ive got absolutly no help from any vet in my town (Iknow more than they do and are asking me the questions), so the last thing I want to do is take her to be put to sleep by an idiot vet. Does anyone know a painless way that I can do this myself at home, shes suffered enough and I can't watch her suffer anymore. My advice to all these people that are having problems with their vets is if they aren't helping your uro then don't help them pay for their new car. Thanks again.