Treatment of Severe MBD Leos ...

Re: Treatment of Severe MBD Leos ...

Postby froot » Wed Mar 04, 2009 2:02 pm

Done ;)
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Re: Treatment of Severe MBD Leos ...

Postby Groenslang » Sun Sep 04, 2011 11:58 am

Hey guys, I'm opening an old thread but figured it would be better posting here. I just realized that one of my ladies has MBD, it seems one of her front legs are broken and she has definitely lost shape. Can't understand how she got it as she is kept exactly the same as all my other leos and none of them have ever had a problem and all of them are thriving. My only guess can be bullying as she was moved in with her sibling about 2 months ago. Not that I ever saw any aggro behaviour between them.

Are there any updates on the slurry method? Will be putting in a UV light asap as well. I hope she will pull through this. Thanx for the great thread Spikelet
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