Hi all, new here. I recently went and rescued a young green iguana from someone who had no idea what they were doing. When I picked him up they had him in their old hamster cage, with the old bedding and smells from the hamsters. When we got home I noticed that on his legs it looks like he's missing patches of scales. I have since moved him to his temporary set up in a 4x3x2.5 with repti carpet, plenty of UVB/UVA, basking spot and the temp. Gradient sits where it needs to day and night. I keep humidity up with a fogger 2 days a week and spray the other days with water. He eats very well, goes to the bathroom and is a very active and friendly little guy (a lot more so than others I have handled) and he has been shedding. I feed him mainly collared greens and kale with Veges and the occasional fruit mixed in. I give him a calcium supplement also. But back to the problem of his scales, I am waiting on the vet to get back from vacation (his relief does not see reptiles) and I really want to know if there is something I can do in the mean time while I wait to help this little guy out. Any suggestions or have an idea what it actually is???