This is a discussion on Leg Issue! within the Sick Axolotl? forums, part of the Axolotls (Ambystoma mexicanum) category; Hello, Attached are a couple pictures of my monster's leg. I'm not sure how this injury happened, as there's just ...
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Attached are a couple pictures of my monster's leg. I'm not sure how this injury happened, as there's just two of them in the tank of the same size, and nothing substantial has changed in their environment. The reason for this aside, I'm wondering what my course of treatment should be; should they be isolated in the fridge to heal, or amputate, or simply leave it be.
The leg seems to be "okay" for now, but I don't know if it will deteriorate or not. I'd rather not have to amputate, as I would have to do it myself as there is no alternative.
Please advice as to what treatment I should start!
I read about similar issues that other owners have had, but none of them were as "light" as this one - the others were very deteriorated and I'm worried that this will end up the same way.
Thank you! :)
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