Discussion in 'Help *General*' started by Chunka, May 20, 2011.
What about a few drops of mineral out olive oil??
Pumpkin is a natural laxative that is in the squash family, I would try that first!
A can a pure pumpkin not the one that is ready to use pie filling but the pure pumpkin, its in the same area of the grocery store as the canned pie fillings.
I don't have pumpkin, could run to grocery store...but if I give to much and force it wouldn't that risk a more powerful diarrhea and pain/discomfort? Should I wait for any other signs before administering more potent laxatives?
I wouldn't force anything! If anything the vet may have the best answer to that. Maybe an x-ray is in order!
You should take Buddy to a reputable herp vet.
She just soaked again tonight, eating very good and passed more...looks like bones are small teeny white pieces and there was another foot.
Tomorrow She is going to a vet for a check up and not sure if they will do Xrays since fecal matter is passing without strain... but I am going to ask their thoughts
Good luck at the vet! Keep us posted how it goes!
I agree, especially if it is anything more solid than WATER!
I'm not forcing her to eat, I'm making food as normal allowing her to choose to eat it and observing if she does.
Oh my.((..I am so very sorry...
I would try a little canned pumpkin as well. It's very good and helping things move along.
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