Is the weather getting cooler where you live?
Do you feed in the same tank where the pellets are?
Have you had a fecal check?
How old is the UVB light?
Let me understand he has not passed stool for 12 days?
It is not unusual for an older Dragon not to pass stool for a week or two. As they get older they do not pass stool as often. From the sound of the slowing on eating and lack of stool you may have a Dragon stating into the brumation period. During this time a Dragon does not eat or drink and goes into a deep sleep for 12-15 weeks.
Do not try to force feed. I usually keep fresh greens in if they wake up and want a munch. I weigh them once a week to be sure there is no weight loss. If there is a weight lose and it is significant, I get them into the Herp Vet for an exam. I usually try and weigh them, have a fecal done and be sure all is ok, before brumation. Once a week I actually give a soak in a 50/50 solution of Plain Pedialyte and warm water. This prevents dehydration during the long sleep. The UVB should be on for 8 hours a day. The amount of time in brumation can vary in time they are down. Sometimes we will see them awaken early on, only to go back under a few days later. By giving the soaks during the brumation it helps to maintain, a proper electrolyte balance. Joan
I am going to give you a link for a Herp Vet in IL where they can check out Sebastian for parasites and make sure all is well. The vet can do a cloacal swab for parasites if there is no stool. This is a link for Herp Vets in IL: http://www.anapsid.org/vets/illinois.html
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