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  1. Re: White's Tree Frog get's darker after sleeping First time owner help pls!!!

    I’m so sorry to hear about the second baby :(. You did everything you could for it and thank you for knowing when it was time to give him/her a humane death. I wish you all the best of luck with your...
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    Re: 1 inch white tree frog isn't growing.

    Hi there! Please answer all of the relevant questions here to help us help you!

    QUESTIONS

    1----what 'kind' of frog is it ( what species)
    2----please include a photo of the frog
    3----Please...
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    Re: I need white tree frog help

    Hello and welcome to Frog Forum! You should wait and leave your frog alone for a few days, it’s probably stressed out and needs some time to chill out. When I first got mine they stayed in the corner...
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    Re: American Toads Basking:

    No as long as they are getting enough calcium + d3 supplementation
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    Re: Looking into getting cane toads

    Hello and welcome to FrogForum! Cane Toads are wonderful animals but they do have some major drawbacks. First off there aren’t many good breeders out there, since they are so abundant and invasive...
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    Re: Eco earth foreign particles

    Hi there!

    would you mind including a picture? It’s difficult to know what you mean here. If it is sand or pebbles then you’ll need to make sure you carefully pick through the substrate and remove...
  7. Re: Can I keep a small white's tree frog and a bigger white's tree frog together?

    Hello and welcome to FrogForum! For the safety of the smaller frog, I would place them in separate enclosures for now. There is a possibility that the smaller one will be eaten. Don’t worry though...
  8. Re: Help with One-Eyed American toad (image attached)

    Hi there! That wound is certainly at risk of infection, especially if you can see the bone! Honestly the best thing to do would be to take it to the vet and see if they can sew the wound shut to...
  9. Re: White's Tree Frog get's darker after sleeping First time owner help pls!!!

    Hi there!

    It sounds like you’ve been through a lot! It’s a shame you had to put the other baby down :(. I’m happy to hear that you’re having success with the other one though! The baby will...
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    Re: New Frog Not Eating

    Hello and Welcome to Frog Forum!!

    Your frog is probably still acclimating to its new environment, allow it to adjust for a few days before attempting to feed again.

    that moss and bark you have...
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    Re: A hello + pictures of a fat Pac Man!

    Hello and welcome to frog forum!!

    Daybr4ke is right, your frog still has some growing to do!
    Stay away from superworms, they're hard to digest.

    I think your pacman is a fantasy?? (cross...
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    Re: what can my toads eat?

    Hi,

    don't feed millipedes and centipedes. Most centipedes are venomous and many millipedes are poisonous.

    Also stay away from mealworms and red wrigglers

    crickets, earthworms and/or dubia...
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    Re: toad rejecting food?

    How many times did this happen? as in how many different times did he spit out the cricket. If it just happened once then i would say don't worry about it. Need more info on exactly what took place.
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    Re: Best reptile mat for tree frogs

    Exo terra moss mat is what i reccomend. It's soft, not easily ingested, holds humidity well and is easy to clean
  15. Re: Geriatric Fire Belly - sick, or just old?

    http://www.herpvetconnection.com/bc.shtml

    this link should present you with all reptile vets in British Columbia. Most reptile vets will also treat amphibians, but call ahead just to make sure....
  16. Re: Geriatric Fire Belly - sick, or just old?

    A small worm like that could definitely be a parasite. I would reccomend having a vet that deals with reptiles and amphibians do a stool test on him to rule out an infestation. If you have trouble...
  17. Re: Help! White's Tree Frog - Not Eating.. Sick?

    Sorry to hear that things aren't going well again

    the best thing to do now is quarantine the frog in a separate enclosure. It should include

    -damp paper towel as substrate
    -a water dish
    -a...
  18. Re: Geriatric Fire Belly - sick, or just old?

    Hello and welcome to frog forum!

    wow! That toad has lived quite a long life! Congrats!

    20 years is definitely a long time for these guys, so as you can expect, they're going to begin to...
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    Re: HELP: frog is hiding.

    Hi,

    It's never really a good idea to mix species of frogs. From experience with toads I can tell you they are bold natured and aggressive feeders, a trait that the chorus frog does not share with...
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    Re: Pacman questions

    I you're hearing croaking and other vocalizations then you definitely have a male. If both frogs are kept in the same conditions then there's really no other reason as to why the frog should be...
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    Re: Lighting and more

    I would definitely advise just sticking with the coco fiber. Even if you think he can't swallow it, he probably can get it stuck in his mouth or maybe swallow a small piece when he grows bigger. Plus...
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    Re: Pacman questions

    It definitely sounds like the male frog is trying to mate with the female frog. If you want the behavior to stop, you'll have to separate them. It's unlikely that the female will be very receptive to...
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    Re: Lighting and more

    American toads usually reach sexual maturity between one and two years of age (closer to one for males, closer to two for females)

    your toad appears to already be a few months old
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    Re: Pacman questions

    Hi there,

    yes, pacman frogs can jump, not as far as some other frogs, but they can jump farther than you would think

    pacman frogs should always be housed separately. They are not very bright...
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    Re: Lighting and more

    For a baby you should definitely dust every day and use multivitamins twice a week. Also don't use both at once. Forgot to mention that.
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