This was given to us by our new Vet after three failed treatments for coccidia, it is published by Klingenberg: *Sulfadimethoxine is given orally, daily for three days, then every other day for two weeks. *Cage should be simplified to bare essentials; use newspaper or paper towels as a substrate, discard any wood cage furniture or rocks with cracks and crevices that can not be throughly cleaned and use cardboard and paper furnishings that can be throw away. *Clean the cage daily or even twice a day if posible with soapy water/bleach solution (one part bleach to 30 parts water) can be used to clean. *Change and throughly clean water bowls twice daily. *Insects that are not eaten once in the cage or with the animal, should NEVER be recycle, discard them. *This should be followed for two weeks or up to six weeks if necessary for success, followed with a fecal exam. Don't assume since treated, it is cured. This is one of the main problems leading to higher resistant strains *Fecal exam on any new dragon should be performed prior to introduction to a treated collection to prevent re-exposure. For extra caution, keep any new animal apart from others for three weeks, then fecal test them.