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    This is a little yellow line on my crested gecko's eyeball. I've been trying to get him to lick it off, but he doesn't. Is it possible that he can't get off. How should I get it off! HELP!
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    Get some toilet paper and wet it, then gently dab it off
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    okay, i will try it.

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    It's not coming off! HELP!

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    Go to an exotic veteranarian
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    Vet is going to be the best,becuse if is in deep and they have to pull it out,he probably going to need antibiotic drops. Vet are expensive,what im doing now is every week I put $10 in a jar just to save money for a vet visit.

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    Ouch, it looks kinda like a little splinter or something. :/ Good luck getting vet money together; taking him in is the only advice I can offer.
    Before you criticize someone, you should walk a mile in their shoes. That way, when you criticize them, you're a mile away and you have their shoes.

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