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    Re: Diseases and Vet trips

    The vet diagnosed my two white's tree frogs with nematodes after they stopped eating. Since then I've given them two rounds of medication and kept them in separate frequently cleaned hospital tanks. ...
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    Re: Approximate Age? WTF

    For all I know frogs may grow at different rates but he was definitely over 6 months.

    Females can make noise, but yes, calling every night is the sign of a male. If his throat gets dark (er) from...
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    Re: Diseases and Vet trips

    I will keep that in mind. My own frog has some ongoing issues I'm seeing a vet about so it might take a while to get results to post.
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    Re: Habitat Upgrade WTF

    Yes, tree frogs may be small, but they like to cover a lot of ground and make big jumps.
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    Re: Housing/Breeding Question WTF

    I don't think we can know 100% how a frog feels, but they aren't social animals in the wild (except at breeding time) and I don't think they really have the brain structure for bonding with others so...
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    Re: Weird Frog and Toad Stories

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    Re: Baby bullfrog won't eat! Please help!

    To treat constipation, you should try putting him in a warm (not hot! check with a thermometer) bath. Adding sugar or a drop of honey can stimulate him to poop without hurting him.
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    Re: Hello from Mississippi

    Hey and welcome. I don't know if there are any people, but you could ask around in the True Frogs section. I understand Bullfrogs are especially jumpy (heh) but many people keep them as pets.
  9. Thread: Oddly Calm (WTF)

    by elly
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    Re: Oddly Calm (WTF)

    I have two of these and there are some temperament differences but mostly, they're cold blooded animals that like to chill. Honestly all those videos of frogs being super active and biting are...
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    Re: Green Tree Frog Missing

    Good! I was about to say that frogs are very good at hiding and being motionless and unless one frog is bigger than the other, it's unlikely he was eaten by a tankmate
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    Re: Advice injured frog

    Not good I'm afraid. You could try putting iodine or antibacterial ointment without painkiller on the stump.
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    Re: Nematodes from crickets

    I've been sterilizing the hospital tanks and treating with meds but apparently at least one of the frogs still has parasites. Starting to seriously consider that the crickets may be the culprit. I've...
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    Re: Large lump on Green Tree Frog Throat

    The best case would be that it's a cyst or something that goes away on its own or it's a benign tumor that just stays the same. Try to note if it gets larger.

    Also it would be good to see if the...
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    Re: Where have all my frogs gone?

    Young tadpoles are generally pretty vulnerable and a few of them die before maturity. Also birds could be the culprit.

    If you're asking about the bull frogs though, they probably just hopped off...
  15. Re: Red Eyed Tree Frog toe bleeding???? help please

    I'd check out his stomach and legs and see if there are any broken veins visible there. If so it might be red leg. But hopefully it's just a minor injury. It is okay to apply a little...
  16. Re: Need advice on care for injured Pacific Tree Frog

    you can apply (non-painkilling) antibiotic ointments like neosporin to a frog's injuries. Though if the infection has spread, all you can do is hope.
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    Re: Large lump on Green Tree Frog Throat

    Could be an infection. Also though I hate to say it frogs can get cancer. Maybe it's benign? Only a vet would really be able to tell for sure.
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    Re: Whites Tree Frog Lighting HELP!

    For the plants you need a full spectrum grow light. Anything sold as a plant grow light should work. Full spectrum includes some UV. Depending on the tank you end up getting, you might get a fixture...
  19. Thread: I'm baaaaaack...!

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    Re: I'm baaaaaack...!

    Hey and welcome back!
  20. Re: New Red-Eye Tree Frog (Agalychnis callidryas)

    oh nice! what a handsome lady
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    Re: Inadvertent But Loving Frog Mama

    I'm sorry for your loss, it's always sad when you make a mistake like that.

    I don't entirely know how a frog's mind works, but is there a chance your frog might not be as sad as you think? They...
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    Re: Making a video and need your help!

    Earthworms and waxworms would work I guess. Seeing a toad slurp up an earthworm might be entertaining.
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    Re: Gray Tree Frog Advice needed

    What tinies! I don't have anything useful to add but they are cute.
  24. Re: Feeding Whites Tree Frog in Feeding Container?

    If your frog continues not eating you might eventually want to try getting a poop sample from him checked out, that is if you can find an exotic vet that sees frogs. My small White's has been very...
  25. Thread: Humidity help

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    Re: Humidity help

    70% should be acceptable at least for a while. I'd open up the tank, maybe put a fan on it and try to give it some ventilation.
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