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Yellow Fungus Disease in Bearded Dragons – Symptoms, Treatment & More

Yellow fungus, Chrysosporium anamorph of Nannizziopsis vriesii (CANV), kills bearded dragons, but what exactly is it? Article by Dr. Donald Buchanan, companion animal veterinarian practicing in Nova Scotia, Canada. Yellow fungus disease is often picked up on by pet owners when their bearded dragons skin is yellow, brown or black in patches. CANV is a …

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NHSP in Bearded Dragons and What to do About It

Are your bearded dragons legs not working? Two possible causes for a bearded dragon’s legs to stop working are impaction and metabolic bone disease (MBD), or nutritional secondary hyperparathyroidism (NSHP). This article focuses on NSHP. Article by Dr. Donald Buchanan (DVM), companion animal veterinarian practicing in Nova Scotia, Canada. Signs of MBD in Bearded Dragons …

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