• Adenovirus Infection in Reptiles -   Many different types of viruses can cause disease in reptiles, but the adenovirus is of particular concern to owners of bearded dragons. Other reptiles, including some snake and lizard species, can also be infected, but young bearded dragons are the most susceptible.   Symptoms and Types Typical symptoms of adenovirus infection include:   Weight […]
  • ‘Red-leg’ Syndrome in Amphibians -   “Red-leg” syndrome is a widespread infection seen in frogs, toads, and salamanders. It is recognized by the redness on the underside of the amphibian‘s legs and abdomen, and is generally due to Aeromonas hydrophila, an opportunistic bacterial pathogen. However, viruses and fungi may also cause similar reddening. Underfed, newly acquired amphibians that are kept […]
  • Abnormal Beak and Skull Growth in Reptiles - Beak Overgrowth in Turtles and Tortoises   Turtles and tortoises do not have teeth, but instead grab and chew their food using the sharp edges of their beaks. If an animal’s beak becomes overgrown or does not wear properly, it may have difficulty eating.   Symptoms   Signs of abnormal beak growth include:   Overgrown […]
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