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    Hey guys, so I've had my baby leopard gecko for about a couple months and he was doing super good for a while but recently stopped eating all together he has been having really green and runny poops as well. He was in a 30 gallon with another gecko but I recently moved him into his own enclosure (10 gallon, hot side at low 90s cold side at 70s) I took him to the vet and she said he had a lot of white and red blood cells in his stool and she gave me some antibiotics to give him via syringe. She now wants me to start tube feeding him but she still isn't sure what's wrong. Any help would be so great as i'm very worried about him and want to get him eating again before it's too late!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mangelo View Post
    Hey guys, so I've had my baby leopard gecko for about a couple months and he was doing super good for a while but recently stopped eating all together he has been having really green and runny poops as well. He was in a 30 gallon with another gecko but I recently moved him into his own enclosure (10 gallon, hot side at low 90s cold side at 70s) I took him to the vet and she said he had a lot of white and red blood cells in his stool and she gave me some antibiotics to give him via syringe. She now wants me to start tube feeding him but she still isn't sure what's wrong. Any help would be so great as i'm very worried about him and want to get him eating again before it's too late!!
    Which enclosure was your leo in when he started having green, runny, poops?

    1. Please share a current full-length picture of your leo.
    2. Are the temps you report ground temps?
    3. Did your vet mention parasites at all?
    4. Was she an exotics specialist?
    5. Did you complete your leo's round of antibiotic shots?

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