These types of burns are caused when your Beardie comes in direct contact with a heat source. When their skin is burned, blisters will most likely develop. The blisters often break open and create the opportunity for a secondary bacterial infection, which not only complicates treatment, but could possibly be fatal (depending on the severity). Beardies are notorious for walking through their feces, so an immaculately clean cage is a must during treatment. While daily treatment can be taken care of at home, the initial diagnosis and follow-ups should be performed by your vet.


This information should be used only as a reference tool and should not be used in place of vet assistance. My views and opinions are the result of hours of dedicated research. But remember, I am not a professional. If you have a sick beardie and don't know what to do, don't play God, take him to the vet immediately.
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