Well I took my sons bearded dragon in for her regular exam plus I suspected from her stress marks she had a parasite issue. Turns out she has coccidia and now 3 doses of ponazuril get to be administered over the next week. Freakin yay (grr). Any normal good little dragon would open their mouth and just take their meds. Oh .. No.. Not this one. Under threat of injury or death her mouth would still stay clamped closed like a lion with a mouthful of raw steak. I get to make a roach pill again for her meds. First off I hate needles! Second .. Do you know how much a liar I look like explaining to the pharmacist that I need a small needle to put meds in a roach for a dragon?!,! I am guaranteed to be the topic between the whole pharmacy staff for the most unusual drug addict story to get needles.. Oh my god why must Agent13 be sooo hard to medicate ?!? And on tonight's agenda .. Loading a needle and holding a live feeder roach still to inject meds into its belly(murdered my appetite for a week).
She's a brat.. World class level brat
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