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How to Recognize a Reptile Emergency

The first thing to remember on recognizing when your reptile needs to go to the vet is the signs your pet is giving you. The abnormal activity it is displaying and the everyday life activity your reptile is not doing. Making sure the reptile is eating, sleeping and hydrated are important factors to take in consideration when evaluating your reptile to go to the emergency vet.

Rasping, breathing, and wheezing are signs of respiratory infections. Bubbles coming out the nose and a gasping mouth show the reptile are uncomfortable and may have pneumonia. By the time the infection has reached this far it cannot get rid of this by themselves and need to see a vet.

p>Fungus growing on the reptile are scabs or spores everywhere. Proper cleanliness and care will prevent this.