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    Quote Originally Posted by Fallingspeaker View Post
    Also on some of the recent photos I’ve noticed his mouth is black around the edges. I started looking it up. Is this something called mouth rot? Is it treatable?
    How does the inside of his mouth look? I can't see those details from your pictures. Can you enlarge the pictures before you post them?

    Mouth rot (infectious stomatitis) is treatable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elizabeth Freer View Post
    How does the inside of his mouth look? I can't see those details from your pictures. Can you enlarge the pictures before you post them?

    Mouth rot (infectious stomatitis) is treatable.
    I will have to wait to get home from work and use my computer. My phone is all I have right now.

    His mouth is a fairly recent development. Maybe a week? How do I treat stomatitis?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fallingspeaker View Post
    I will have to wait to get home from work and use my computer. My phone is all I have right now.

    His mouth is a fairly recent development. Maybe a week? How do I treat stomatitis?
    I'm sorry. I don't know home remedies for mouth rot.

    Can you see the other post right before this one about prepping a shedding container and what you'll need?

    I only have a computer. I don't know whether you can scroll back on a cell phone???
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    My wife is at home and made a moist box and got rocks and a round brush with coarse bristles. He seemed interested in the box. If he goes inside we’ll close it up and keep him in there and I’ll work on the terrarium today. With so many issues compiling I guess it’s time to take direct control over everything

    EDIT: his mouth is lined with black and it looks like it props it open a bit. I thought this was dust and debris caught on his mouth earlier since I saw a small spider web dangling that came off. But now with better pictures it looks like bacteria.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fallingspeaker View Post
    My wife is at home and made a moist box and got rocks and a round brush with coarse bristles. He seemed interested in the box. If he goes inside we’ll close it up and keep him in there and I’ll work on the terrarium today.With so many issues compiling I guess it’s time to take direct control over everything

    EDIT: his mouth is lined with black and it looks like it props it open a bit. I thought this was dust and debris caught on his mouth earlier since I saw a small spider web dangling that came off. But now with better pictures it looks like bacteria.
    Thank goodness for wives!

    If he doesn't go inside on his own, I'd catch him and place him inside.
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    He walked into the moist box and she closed the door. Did just like you said, lots of moist paper towels, various rocks, etc.

    I will have her check on him in a couple hours to see how it’s going.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fallingspeaker View Post
    He walked into the moist box and she closed the door. Did just like you said, lots of moist paper towels, various rocks, etc.

    I will have her check on him in a couple hours to see how it’s going.

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    May I ask what type of box this is? Cardboard? If so, plastic will work better. I'd be concerned about cardboard soaking up both moisture and humidity.
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    I am struggling trying to get his shed off. He runs and stresses out as soon as I try. Any tips? This is stressful

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    Ok never mind. I was able to get it all off. Once I picked him up he played dead. Tried my hardest not to hurt his little hands but he just played limp and I thought I would pull his arm out. Finally got it all off. Then when I tried to put him back down he started running up my arm. Finally got him into a bigger box. He’s climbing again and making it real hard to keep him in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fallingspeaker View Post
    Ok never mind. I was able to get it all off. Once I picked him up he played dead. Tried my hardest not to hurt his little hands but he just played limp and I thought I would pull his arm out. Finally got it all off. Then when I tried to put him back down he started running up my arm. Finally got him into a bigger box. He’s climbing again and making it real hard to keep him in.
    Congratulations, John! You successfully removed ALL his stuck shed!

    , he's climbing again!!

    Please tell me what the box is made from? I recommended a plastic food storage container for his super humid hide today. It's very important that he have one of those in his 10 gallon.

    Any box should contain airholes so that he can breathe.

    When will you be able to get his rehab 10 gallon prepared? He needs close monitoring because of his blackened lips.
    Last edited by Elizabeth Freer; 10-14-2020 at 04:40 AM.
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