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Leo acting strange not eating at all

Discussion in 'Lizards' started by Laura77, Nov 5, 2018.


  1. Laura77

    Laura77 PetForums Newbie

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    Hi i have a leopard gecko that has been helthy and happy for 9months i have had him. But i found him stuck between the wall and hide thursday morning and had a dead locust stuck to his face when i picked him up id just got in from work. And he was instantly not himself he didnt move when i was washing the bug of his face just looked at me. Normaly if i ever put water on him before he would react but since then he has not left his hide. And has not eaten . The worring part is when i put any form of bug near him evan a wax worm he opens his mouth like he gagging and curling his body backwards like his discusted by it. And when i pick him up he jus sits there with his chin just resting . His normal self is very intreged normaly always waiting to come out and say hello loves walking up my sleves and being a pain im so worried.any one with advice please help
     
  2. Guy077beady

    Guy077beady PetForums Newbie

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    Hi there book an appointment at you vet it sounds like he is trauma tised
     
  3. Laura77

    Laura77 PetForums Newbie

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    Im sory to be blunt but what made you type the obvious?
     
  4. Guy077beady

    Guy077beady PetForums Newbie

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    Because that’s the only thing to do I hope he’s fine now
     
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