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Posted by Cher123 on May 09, 2003 at 11:43:03:
In Reply to: Fecal Question? posted by jimbo on May 07, 2003 at 11:26:21:
I just wanted to let you know that Wendy has been emailing with me about my uro, Wilson. She's been very helpful. We have a vet appointment on Monday, because the fecal showed he has some pinworms. I hope that is the only problem that has stopped him from eating. He won't even touch his dandelions. I bought some jumpstart , but I'm having a hard time getting it into him. The vet said to keep giving him soaks to keep him from getting dehydrated. I'll let you know how we make out on Monday. Thanks again for you help.
There are supposed to be, but I'd call (to expidite the info) Doug Dix or even Wendy to get the info you'll neeed. I don't know that most vets know to what extent uros need the parasites and such. Good luck.
::I'm having a fecal done on my uro,Wilson, in the morning because he hasn't been eating hardly at all. He seems fine otherwise, so I thought I'd better check it out. Is there a certain percentage of parasites that he should have in his system to maintain good digestion? I'd like to know what I'm talking about before I get to the vet's office. I know that this vet is supposed to be the only one around for lizards, and very good, but I'd like a little info. before I go. Thanks for any help you can offer up.