I had a Chinese Water Dragon named Psycho. I bought him as a baby and watched as he grew. He would sit on my shoulder while I did homework, and chase my hand around the tank, and attempt to be the best escapee I had ever owned. One day he turned gray and it looked painful as he moved around. Something was not right. I made a vet appointment for the next morning, but when I woke up he was curled up on the corner of the tank and had passed sometime the night before. I decorated him a box and buried him in my backyard. Psycho had died of my stupid ignorance. I had bark substrate in the bottom of his tank, and the most likely scenario is he died of impaction. I have never gotten over this. Till this day, I have not adopted another water dragon, and Psycho passed away 4 years ago. Instead I spend hours researching care sheets and common medical problems. I am designing the ultimate tank to build for another water dragon I will someday own. I don't want this situation to ever happen again. It has scarred me in a way. I just wanted to say to Psycho, that I am truly sorry you went out this way, and that I was not an adequate owner for you. I was just not ready and I am so sorry. Rest in Peace.