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  1. Re: My Pacman Frog: Does she have neurological issues maybe?

    Do you de-chlorinate the frogs water?
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    Re: Sick pacman. Water Edema Syndrome.

    I'm sorry to hear this. Sadly kidney and liver failure is not uncommon in captive frogs.

    Try again with another Pacman frog. Best of luck to you.
  3. Re: My pacman frog hasn't pooped in a week (Possibley Impacted)

    Just use warm water and try to gently massage the frog's side. You'll know if the frog needs to poop because there will be a hard lump on the frog's right side just behind the shoulder.

    You should...
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    Re: Sick pacman. Water Edema Syndrome.

    Water edema can be hard to treat because it can be caused by a few different things. Most common is liver or kidney disease. He could have tried Furosemide which is a diuretic and can help them...
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    Re: Male? Female?

    I can see by your name that you are a salamander lover.

    A picture would be nice on order to help with your post.
  6. Re: Can anyone tell me the type of Pacman frog I have

    It is a ​C. cranwelli.
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    Re: Unsure of morph

    I believe the morph i correct. Though they are different based on who is producing the morph. Most are yellow with a lot of red.
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    Re: seeking samurai blue pics

    He's five years old and fluctuates between blue and seafoam, but tends to remain seafoam for the most part now. Those that remain Blue are really rare and very expensive.
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    Re: seeking samurai blue pics

    fixed them.
  10. Re: I think my frog is in estavation please help!

    This is up to you. You can let him be and just check on him now and then to ensure he is okay and not losing weight or do as you have done in the past if you are really worried. letting him be for a...
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    Re: seeking samurai blue pics

    They usually become seafoam green or brown with age. It is rare to get one that remains blue. I have an adult that is a rescue and he has become seafoam with age. He is about 5 years old or so. He...
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    Re: Urgent request for antibiotic advice

    Get Gentamicin Sulphate drops. They are very safe and already prepared. 1 to 2 drops every 4 hours.
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    Re: finally found a ornata what to expect?

    I will tell you this. When it comes to purchasing very small froglets, there is always a risk that it may die the next day. You said the frog was the size of a penny and that tells me the frog was...
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    Re: Odd orange...stuff? In ABF urine.

    Get your guy out and get him to urinate in water. I've seen some clouding like this in their urine and have had it tested for bacterial and other pathogens with nothing found. I believe it is due to...
  15. Thread: Handling?

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    Re: Handling and lighting

    Handle with gloves when necessary. Unpowdered nitril or neoprene rubber gloves.
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    Re: HELP my PACMAN EYE

    You can also try Gentamicin Sulfate eye drops. They work well with early clouded eye. I've never seen enro used for opthalmic treatments so that may not be a good idea. Any vet should be able to get...
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    Re: Pacman Vivarium Substrate

    They are very low maintenance and seem to fair better in basic setups. You can try a semi-bioactive setup with some live plants and a drainage layer, but do be sure that they cannot get past the...
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    Re: finally found a ornata what to expect?

    Are you saying the frog is dead in that picture?
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    Re: Oversoaking??

    Your frog will call when it is ready. Usually between late spring and late summer. Mine calls periodically within these months. I can honestly say that I have never been able to make him call. Not...
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    Re: Pacman baby frog wont eat or poop

    [QUOTE=guccimomma7;278454]My pacman frog is about 7 months old and ive been force feeding him for the past 2 months meal worms. He is still skinny and i have to make sure he wont spit the worms out...
  21. Re: Need help, pixie frogs stopped eating. Very concerned!

    You'll have to keep watch over her. She may just be overly stressed about all the changes.
  22. Re: Need help, pixie frogs stopped eating. Very concerned!

    Do you still have her old tank? If so, I would set it back up and put her back in it. DO NOT give her water dish back as of yet. Do not want her to drown herself.

    You also did not answer my...
  23. Re: Need help, pixie frogs stopped eating. Very concerned!

    Can they see each other through the divider?

    You should try to get pictures of the water change and the male on here.

    As for the female not eating much, you just explained two changes that may...
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    Re: Identification

    They do not secrete oils. Mucus from mucous glands and antimicrobial toxins from granular glands in the skin. No worries about rinsing them off. Just place the frog in its water dish and pour a small...
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    Re: Food refusal becoming serious

    Good to hear. He may be wanting prey that move a bit more.

    Everyone should keep in mind that they can sense seasonal changes even if the enclosure remains stable. They will slow their eating when...
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