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Are you sure on age?
UVB light strength, age of bulb, linear tube or compact coil, and brand?
Have you had a fecal done?
State to locate a Herp Vet?
This situation is very unusual. We do not see Brumation in Dragons under a Yer old, so with that being said I am very concerned. Seeing blood in the stool sends up red flags. It could be a parasite issue which is a common problem in Dragons. They do carry a normal parasite level in the gut but we can see this blow up and then see issues.
As far as Diet Super worms and meal worms are on the do not feed list for Dragons. They are high in chitin and also fat. This over time can cause liver issues. The recommend prey is crickets, dubia roaches, silk worm, and Pheonix worms. The Kale is not a staple since it binds calcium. This is a nutrition list for veggies: http://www.beautifuldragons.com/Nutrition.html
I feel the blood you have seen warrants a Herp Vet visit. This is a list of Herp Vets in WV:
On the UVB light we do see the wrong bulb being sold. Please double check to be sure it is a Reptisun 10.0 and I prefer a linear tube because the compact could can cause eye problems called Photo Kerato Conjunctivitis.
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