Hi. I have 3 adult leopard gecko (two female, one male) and two female babies. My eldest adult...
female, Ophelia, has not eaten for almost a week. Her tail has gotten really small, but she still has some mass in her stomach (actually, it looks a bit red underneath), and I was really worried it was impaction. To be honest I have no idea how that would happen, since I keep my guys on paper towel. After reading the information on this page, I started 2 days ago to feed her drops of olive oil, give her warm baths, and feed her applesauce with repti-cal mixed in. It's a struggle, and she still won't eat in the vivarium, but she's a little more active. Today when I gave her the olive oil, she s
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