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    Re: Is my Tomato Frog impacted?

    When he finally started eating about a week ago, I managed to get him to eat about 10 crickets in one day. I've slowed down to only feed what he will eat within 15 minutes, though. I haven't noticed...
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    Re: Is my Tomato Frog impacted?

    Unfortunately I don't have any specialists vets that are accessible to me. There was one time however when I took my old whites tree frog to an ordinary vet. His poor leg was bleeding all over for no...
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    Is my Tomato Frog impacted?

    I have recently just noticed that my tomato frog has an uneven back. I always thought it was to do with the positioning of his leg, but he appears to have a lump on the left of his back even when he...
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    Re: Tomato Frog staying buried all the time

    Alright, I think I'll do the first clean-out in exactly a week. For now, I'll just remove any clumped pieces of substrate. When I remove him for a cleaning, should I just pick him up with my hands...
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    Re: Tomato Frog staying buried all the time

    Thanks for all the help so far, he came out last night and had a great time exploring. He messed up his water bowl but I haven't seen any signs of his droppings. This worries me because I don't want...
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    Re: Tomato Frog staying buried all the time

    How often should I be feeding every week? I had originally planned to do it every 2-3 days.

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    Re: Tomato Frog staying buried all the time

    I managed to get Heinz to eat 4 more crickets, so that's 8 in total. Is it possible to over feed?

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    Re: Tomato Frog staying buried all the time

    Heinz finally decided to come out on his own. I removed the dirt around his mouth, and I got him to eat 4 large silent crickets before he went back to sleep. Is this a good amount or should I be...
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    Re: Tomato Frog staying buried all the time

    Doesn't sphagnum moss become a hazard at feeding time? I'd love to do that but I'm too scared.

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    Re: Tomato Frog staying buried all the time

    Gotcha, I'll buy some silk plants right away. I was planning on undigging him for a feeding later, is that a good idea or should I leave him alone?

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    Re: Tomato Frog staying buried all the time

    He has a terra cotta plant pot that I sawed in half, he's currently in there with his whole body under the soil. He is in a warm room but I have noticed that the light I use for him does bump up the...
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    Tomato Frog staying buried all the time

    I recently picked up Heinz the tomato frog on Saturday, he was pretty restless for his first night, but on his second night he decided to bury himself completely under his substrate (coco fibre) and...
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