hello again, all of you were so helpful with my ratsnake King Arthur, now I have a different issue, so here it is: Last night I had one of my iguanas out for a stretch and some activity, when I put him back in his enclosure I noticed about 20 minutes later that he was bleeding I pulled him out and he had a very good size wound at the bottom of his foot (front left). He was bleeding a lot I stopped the bleeding and off we went to the 24 hour E.R. They used a liquid bandage and staples to close the wound after cleaning and flushing it. He was given subcutaneous fluids due to the amount of blood lost and sent home with Baytril to hopefully prevent possible infection. So here lies the problem the vet told me no baths, no moisture, and keep the humidity down for 4 to 6 weeks, the wound needs to be dry at all times. How do you keep an iguana with very little humidity when he came to me with severe MBD, pneumonia, severe dehydration and of course malnutrition. He also is well how do we put politely..... special ed.... he was having seizures when I got him and stayed in the exotics hospital for three days until stable, the seizures caused some brain damage. Long story a little shorter I asked the vet how do I keep an iguana who has to have his humidity, due to other skin problems, dry with no baths or moisture, for 4 to 6 weeks without causing any more problems than he already has ? He said I am sure you will figure it out and off he went chuckling. Ughhhh Any suggestions for my poor Grizzly ?