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    Re: pacman frog morph ?

    So glad to hear that. I hope she continues to be hungry and energetic! :frog: Keep us updated!
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    WTF not using her left hand

    After finding out Moochy had parasites living in her skin, my vet wanted to try giving her injections for tapeworms every two weeks in case it might help get rid of them. Last Saturday was her final...
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    Re: pacman frog morph ?

    I'm glad to hear she is doing well and she's feisty! Sounds like a Pacman in much better health! :frog:
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    Re: pacman frog morph ?

    I don't think you have cause for worry, she sounds pretty lively from what you've written and the effects of MBD can be reversed through proper calcium supplementation when it hasn't gotten too...
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    Re: pacman frog morph ?

    Oh no, I'm sorry to hear her leg is giving her trouble. Unfortunately, that can be another sign of MBD. Bones can become deformed or fractured from calcium deficiency, though since you said it felt...
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    Re: pacman frog morph ?

    A sign of MBD in frogs can be an "underbite", or the bottom lip of the jaw sticking out. You usually see very little of the yellow in their mouth when it is closed, but thankfully Packie's case...
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    Re: pacman frog morph ?

    You have a lovely frog and I'm not sure of the specific morph, but I'm a little concerned about the lower jaw. Often times it only looks like that with a calcium deficiency. :dispirited: Did you plan...
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    Re: New frog stays buried

    That's good to hear! :frog: Mine also barely uses her water dish. like you mentioned, they likely stay hydrated through the soil moisture.
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    Re: New frog stays buried

    I would bump up the temperature a little more for daytime, It's been advised to have it low 80s during the day and mid 70s at night. Otherwise he may just be stressed from the new environment. I also...
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    Re: Pacman Redleg? Please Help

    His legs do seem indicative of redleg or septicemia. The only way to help him is to take him to a vet ASAP. I'm very sorry he is unwell :(
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    Re: WTF Skin Infection

    So...100% sure there are parasites living in Moochy's skin. I know it was talked about in the past, but we never confirmed the idea or had evidence to back it up save for other methods failing to...
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    Re: Whites tree frog lump and wound

    Thank you for the update, glad he is doing so well! :frog:
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    Re: Pacman frog behavior

    This is perfectly normal Pacman behavior, especially since this is a new environment. With more time, he may even dig a hole to hide himself in. Him not wanting to eat right away is also typical, he...
  14. Re: worst nightmare BROKEN BONE/SHARP POINT FROM SIDE

    How is she doing? As others have mentioned, it is likely to be a foreign body. It'd hard to say what it could possibly be, sometimes there are long strands of fiber in coconut husk, but they are very...
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    Re: Unknown Green Tree Frog Ailment

    There are parasites which will live in a frog's lungs. This would explain his difficulty in breathing and opening his mouth, but I'm not a professional.

    He looks like he needs a visit to the vet....
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    Re: Red Leg? Sick Whites Tree Frog

    I'm so sorry to hear that. It can be difficult to spot the early signs of frog illness and sometimes by the time they start showing symptoms, it can be advanced.

    Considering the short amount of...
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    Re: Pacman Frog Emergency

    Like I said, it would be best if you posted a new thread in the Pacman Frog subforum here: http://www.frogforum.net/forumdisplay.php/13-Pacman-Frogs

    Not everyone checks every forum, so you are...
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    Re: Red Leg? Sick Whites Tree Frog

    That looks like a bacterial infection aka septicemia to me. A vet is your best bet at this point, but raising the temps to at least 85 will help. I would recommend higher since higher temps can help...
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    Re: Pacman Frog Emergency

    That's really good! If he let's you, can you touch his right side? That's usually where you can see/feel their poop and it might give you a better idea of what you're dealing with.

    All I can...
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    Re: Pacman Frog Emergency

    A mouthful of substrate will not cause an impaction without other factors playing into the situation. Does his tank reach the low 80s during the day? How long has it been since he last pooped? His...
  21. Thread: "No" Frog

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    Re: "No" Frog

    That's great! :frog: Hopefully it's smooth sailing from here!
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    Re: Whites tree frog lump and wound

    This is a situation which needs vet intervention. If it is a parasite living beneath the skin, it will need to be cut out and removed. Is that pus coming from the wound? Or is it some shed skin?
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    Re: Some one said too small

    That's good! I'm sure if she keeps eating well, you'll see a nice growth spurt.
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    Re: Some one said too small

    Palm size would be about 3-4in from snout to vent, I think? That seems like a perfectly fine size for that age, at least my experience with my own Pacman had her in a similar range at that age.
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    Re: First honey bath

    I would give it time. It took my pacman I think 3 weeks before she pooped when I first got her? I think if it goes on to 2-3 weeks, then you can pursue with honey baths, but I would let the little...
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