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    Re: Chinese Water Dragon eye disease?

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    Got home from work and Dragon suddenly has both eyes open with no puss or swelling. I get they close one of their eyes to hide from you when they're scared but it has never done it the way I saw it. Still going to get it checked out just in case

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    Great news! Maybe just had a bit of dust or debris in there....just like we get now & then.
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    Re: Chinese Water Dragon eye disease?

    So I went to the vet on Wednesday and the doc said Dragon did have a bit of pink going on on it's right eye lid and very slight swelling. She said it's good I did something about it earlier or it would have turned into something worst. So she gave me antibiotics ointment to give to him twice a day for a week.

    Dragon grew just over an inch in length since the last time I brought him in a month and 1 week ago. He also weighs 1 whole ounce more!!! Haha!!!!

    I also bought 500 silk worm eggs and silk chow food. I'm not sure how much chow I need but i bought the 1 pound of premade chow. I'm very excited about the food. Mulberry farms is from california and so am I so it should be here very soon.

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    He's really cute! And I'm so glad you found a good vet to help before the issue got worse & harder to treat...yay!
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    Re: Chinese Water Dragon eye disease?

    Just got my order of 500 silk worm eggs. They should hatch in 6-12 days at 78-88F (which my house is kept at 78F) and I also got 1 pound of silk worm chow.

    According to their price for 20 medium to large silk worms, I have $180worth of silkworms but it only cost me 12 bucks for 500 eggs. That's a hell of a deal. All I gotta do is keep them fed and at the right temps.

    Thanks for recommending these. Hopefully a lot of them survive. I'll be happy with even half of them!!! Mulberry farms will be one of my main sources for food! And they are close to me so it only takes 2 days to arrive!

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