REPTILES Vet Columnist Douglas Mader Honored
REPTILES vet columnist Dr. Douglas Mader honored by the United States Fish and Wildlife Service for conservation efforts.
News Flash: I’m A Reptile/Amphibian Specialist!
REPTILES' own Douglas R. Mader, M.S., DVM is one of only 12 recognized ABVP reptile/amphibian specialists in the world.
Dr. Douglas Mader Bids Farewell: Thank You REPTILES Readers
After 23 years answering over 350 questions in over 250 columns and writing numerous columns, Dr. Douglas Mader bids farewell.
Bearded Dragon Aneurysms
In beardies, aneurysms can occur in many different locations.
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The Vet Report: Salmonella In Reptiles
In the 1970s, red-eared sliders were so popular in the pet trade that they were actually raised in human sewage ponds —hence the source of the Salmonella
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The Vet Report: Puka, The Sea Turtle With A Hole
When Puka came to the Turtle Hospital, the director at first wanted to euthanize her. My first thought was that I had to agree. A hole in a sea turtle —not good.
Mites in Reptiles
Mites can be both a nuisance and a costly problem in any reptile collection.
Reptile Medicine Behind Bars At The Monroe County Sheriff’s Animal Farm
The Monroe County Jail in Florida is home to a variety of animals, cared for by inmates.
Metabolic Bone Disease In Reptiles
MBD is not actually a single disease entity, it is a collection of medical disorders affecting the integrity and function of bones.
The Vet Report: Reptile Vomiting and Regurgitation
The two most common causes of vomiting or regurgitation in snakes are low-environmental temperature and handling the animal too soon after eating.
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