Search:

Type: Posts; User: GrifTheGreat

Page 1 of 12 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 0.10 seconds.

  1. Re: Pacman Frog help with possible Tetany/MDB

    You may be overreacting a little bit. The posture I see in the bath is normal and the leg stretching out is your frog attempting to lunge forward and not quite getting anywhere. I did not see any...
  2. Re: Pacman Frog help with possible Tetany/MDB

    Could be due to calcium deficiency during early development, but I cannot tell. The picture is very blurry, but the leg should be tucked in under the frog rather than extended.

    I also got the ID...
  3. Re: Pacman Frog help with possible Tetany/MDB

    I cannot tell whether there is anything wrong with your Fantasy frog. The posture does look odd but cleaning the frog off and posting a picture of the area and a video of how the frog moves and it's...
  4. Re: Pacman Frog help with possible Tetany/MDB

    The frog has not accidentally ingested one of the plant leaves has it?
  5. Replies
    9
    Views
    967

    Re: Bloating Frog

    For now just correct the climate. Looking at the picture you've posted the frog does not look like it is in bad shape. Correcting the climate will help with normal metabolic functions and may correct...
  6. Re: Pacman Frog help with possible Tetany/MDB

    Try posting a video of the behavior when the frog eats. Specifically how the frog moves it's leg. It's the hind leg correct?
  7. Replies
    2
    Views
    632

    Re: Bugs in enclosure! Help!

    Sounds like mites. Occasionally you'll get substrate that has them or they find their way into the enclosure from somewhere else. Even from feeders like crickets carrying them in unnoticed.

    You'll...
  8. Replies
    8
    Views
    1,091

    Re: Pacman Frog Tank size

    3.5" is about average size for an adult male, but if you have doubts you could always play some Pacman frog calls on your phone from YouTube in the room the frog is kept in and see if the frog...
  9. Replies
    8
    Views
    1,091

    Re: Pacman Frog Tank size

    If the frog is not calling and no nuptial pads are present, then it is most likely female.
  10. Replies
    13
    Views
    935

    Re: Pacman Frog help

    Even 70 at night is a little on the cool side. It should hover around 74 to 76 at night and 78 to 86 for day. Occasionally it wouldn't hurt to drop that low, but consistent drops to 70 can be...
  11. Re: How do i help a pacman frog in estivation

    You need to stop using distilled water for soaking and substrate expansion. It's for misting only because it lacks any mineral content and can leech electrolytes from the frog.

    Use de-chlorinated...
  12. Replies
    13
    Views
    935

    Re: Pacman Frog help

    Temp is way too cold. You don't keep them at room temp.

    Glad that the frog ate finally. Probably adjusting to the new home. Try and get those temps a little higher. You really don't want to be...
  13. Replies
    4
    Views
    623

    Re: Baby pacman hasn't eaten for 3weeks

    You're letting the temp fluctuate to much during the day. You should try and only allow fluctuation between day and night.

    You're using forsepts correct?

    Try and explain how you are offing...
  14. Replies
    8
    Views
    1,091

    Re: Pacman Frog Tank size

    Hello

    She just needs time to adjust. It may help to position her water dish of any other furniture she has in similar locations based off her previous setup.
  15. Replies
    7
    Views
    474

    Re: nightcrawlers & Horned worms

    That may depend on the Wal-Mart. I've never seen them sell chemically scented nightcrawlers. They already have water soluble molecules that can be detected by fish plus they're alive and move. No...
  16. Replies
    7
    Views
    474

    Re: nightcrawlers & Horned worms

    I just get mine from my local Wal-Mart. They carry containers of 20 for a good price and the worms are healthy.
  17. Replies
    9
    Views
    967

    Re: Bloating Frog

    If caught in time yes.
  18. Replies
    7
    Views
    474

    Re: nightcrawlers & Horned worms

    Nightcrawlers are fine as a staple, but Hornworms can be expensive and grow so rapidly that the frog may not be able to eat them all before they reach their maximum size of four inches. You can slow...
  19. Replies
    9
    Views
    967

    Re: Bloating Frog

    Hello

    Noticeable fluid movement in the body cavity is not normal. Those are signs of edema. Your frog may be too cold since I doubt you keep your nice warm room at 80 F which he needs. Never...
  20. Replies
    2
    Views
    314

    Re: Pacman frog foot deformed?

    Hello

    Rinse the frog off and provide a little more light on the foot.

    Best Regards
    Grif
  21. Replies
    1
    Views
    352

    Re: Is my Pac bloated/too fat?

    Hello

    Looks like your frog could be holding water. Have you tried soaking in warm water to see if it just needs to urinate? It is normal for them to store water in their blatter and may look...
  22. Re: My Pacman Frog: Does she have neurological issues maybe?

    Do you de-chlorinate the frogs water?
  23. Replies
    5
    Views
    1,217

    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.
  24. 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...
  25. Replies
    5
    Views
    1,217

    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...
Results 1 to 25 of 300
Page 1 of 12 1 2 3 4