Is bacteria for gastroenteritis in leopard geckos found during a routine fecal test? My leopard geckos have had diarrhea and have been anorexic for about a week and a half, and their fecal test came back negative for parasites. Their feces is still a mucus glob. How should I go about getting them tested for gastroenteritis protozoa?
Sorry to hear about your leopard geckos being sick. I used to have anoles
when I was growing up. I wish I could suggest something to help you.
The only suggestion I have is to repost your comments on Ask A Veteranarian in Animal Health- General Expert Forum. This way, you get
advice from an actual Vet. That is what I would do . Good luck. Eve
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