we just rescued 2 bearded dragons from a sancturary....they were sitting in a room miserable and im sure nobody would have taken these two so i did... one of them has a broken jaw, but seems to have healed, he eats just fine and when he tried to mate he has to problem biting his girlfriend (gets pretty brutal), but the girl beardy has some kind of eye infection.....at first we thought her eye was gone, but now that we have her in the light i think its still in there.... but there is some sort of clear, sometimes a little milky substance coming from her eye.... i feel so bad for her and she is super sweet!......i dont have money for a vet..... is there anything at home we can do?.....anything home remidies that we can put on it? clean it with?.....
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