The most common symptoms of a sick Blue tongue lizard include lethargy, not eating, not pooping and weight loss.
The best Blue tongue skink bedding is loose and deep enough for your skink to burry themselves. Good options are sphagnum moss and coconut fiber.
Blue tongue skink poop can be tell you a lot about the skin’s health. Normal Blue tongue skink poop is firm, elongated, light/dark brown, no odor
Blue tongue skink not eating can be due to stress, low temperatures or illness. Most cases are easily corrected by making small adjustments in their care.
what to baby skinks eat, their diet should be 70% protein, 20% vegetables and 10% fruit. Baby blue tongue skinks need more protein than adults.
Blue tongue skink supplements such as Calcium, D3 and multivitamin ensures your skink develops to their full size potential and prevents MBD
what do Blue tongue skinks eat when kept as pets? You should feed your skinks 50% greens, 40% animal products, and 5% fruits.
Blue Tongue Skink huffing means your skink is feeling annoyed or aggressive. In some cases, huffing can be a symptom of respiratory infection.
Usually, Blue tongue skink scale rot is the result of infection due to dirty habitat. Scale rot is treatable and easily preventable.
Normally, Blue tongue skink respiratory infection is the result of low temperatures or poor husbandry and the most common symptom is sneezing