I'm not sure if there's another place to find this answer, but I'd rather not waste time and cut to the chase.
My Leo, Sebastian (about a year old), seems to be unresponsive. I've only noticed it tonight; so I don't know, he might be better by tomorrow, but I don't want to take any chances.
Though he usually stays in his hut until night, this afternoon he crawled out (which is odd, he usually only comes out after the day lamp has been turned off). Not only that, but he's continued to lay there. I've placed food in front of him, and even poked him a little to see if he'd move, but he hasn't. He only seems to blink and twitch a little, even when I'm not touching him. Sometimes he settles down and closes his eyes. I think he might even be breathing heavy.
I'm really worried this is serious, and would like some opinions on what to do. Can he get better on his own, or do I need to hunt down a reptile vet? I'll admit, maybe I'm inexperienced or forgetful, he is my first lizard after all. Not enough calcium? Could the water have gotten something in it?
I would be extrememly grateful for some help.
EDIT: Day two, and he's not any better. If anything, he's worse. This morning he flailed his arms around a bit, but since then, he doesn't move at all. I've upped the temperature (reg. 80, now 85), and tried to get him to take some calcium/water by rubbing it on his jaw, but all he did was turn his head away. He won't even lick his mouth afterwards. It's not like he isn't hungry, he hasn't eaten in a good 3 days.
I don't know what to do. Any sort of reply would be appreciated.<br><br>Post edited by: Viti, at: 2009/02/25 21:56