Can you tell me about the set up?
UVB Light? How old? Tube or Coil?
The first thing is get rid of the walnut substrate It can perforate the intestinal tract and cause a blockage. You can read about the loose substrates here:
Walnut shell Graphic: http://mrskingsbioweb.com/beardeddragngrossanatomy.htm
The next issue is the UVB should be a tube which is much more effective and will not cause eye problems like the coil type. I suggest a 10.0 Reptisun tube.UVB bulbs should be changed every 6 months as they loose potency.
I would get rid of the heat rock as they cause thermal burns as dragons do not really sense heat from underneath.
The Veggies should be collard greens, mustard greens, dandelion greens, escarole, curly endives and butternut squash. The spinach binds calcium and is only an occasional veggie. The calcium should be given daily.
We can try some first aid by giving a soak in a solution of 50/50 warm water and plain pedialyte. While in the soak, gently massage the abdomen. This should promote a stool.
We need to be sure the walnut shell has not caused an issue. Make sure your temps get measured with a digital probe thermometer as the need to be at 110*F-115*F. If the temps are too low Spikey will shut down. If he does not repond with the soak and husbandry changes, then a Herp Vet visit may be needed. I can locate one for you with a city and state. Joan
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