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  1. Re: African clawed frog stuff (aka I have no idea what I知 doing)

    Cool, they’re probably both males then.

    Yes, mealworms are good for treats. Wouldn’t feed em full time but froggies love them.

    As long as the rocks are same size/bigger than the frogs bodies,...
  2. Re: Toad popping leg joint and mouth slightly open

    I haven’t seen him do the weird leg thing again, however his mouth if still the same if not more open. I have been giving him calcium with every meal(temporary. It’s usually only once a week or so)...
  3. Re: African clawed frog stuff (aka I have no idea what I知 doing)

    Hi there!
    Glad to know that you care about your frogs.
    Yes, those are probably African clawed frogs. About how big are they?
    The smaller one is probably a male, but you should be sure he eats...
  4. Toad popping leg joint and mouth slightly open

    I致e noticed my 6 month old toad Michel has had his mouth slightly open for a few days now. I知 suspecting MBD or some other similar disease and have been treating him with calcium. No results yet...
  5. Re: A lot of issues with my baby Pac-Man Frog. Help please!

    That’s quite a mystery you have there. You seem to be doing everything right and I can’t think of any reason he’d do that. Good job taking him to two different professionals though. Really sorry...
  6. Thread: Poor frog!

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    Re: Poor frog!

    I’m so sorry, it’s always sad to hear..:( you did your best for her.
  7. Thread: Poor frog!

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    Re: Poor frog!

    That’s awesome! frogsmile hope she gets better!
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    Re: Poor frog!

    Sorry I didn’t reply y’all I been really busy :( Thanks so much Aaron!
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    Re: Poor frog!

    That’s great! Good that she seems to have fight in her. Crickets is a good idea, just make sure you remove their jumping legs.
  10. Thread: Poor frog!

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    Re: Poor frog!

    That doesn’t look bad at all, looks like you’re doing a great job housing her! She’s a cutie. Make sure to watch for any sign of infection, fungus or swelling.
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    Re: Poor frog!

    Awesome!
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    Re: Poor frog!

    You’re probably going to need some sort of vitamin supplement for her, I’d also suggest getting mealworms/wax worms as treats. Sounds like you’re doing a great job so far tho! I’m glad she’s still...
  13. Thread: Poor frog!

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    Re: Poor frog!

    Aw poor lil boi, I know how you feel. Will you post pictures of him if possible? I suggest placing him in a paper towel lined container in the fridge for a bit, making sure to check on him every five...
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    Re: pls help me identify my frog

    Not sure exactly what species but I’m fairly sure that your lil guys a toad. Maybe a fowlers or woodhouses toad. There are plenty of care sheets on this site for generic toad care so if you look for...
  15. Re: Question Regarding North American Species of Frogs & Toads

    Not really sure about anything but gulf coast toads, I believe they live 7-10 years in captivity.
  16. Thread: Neon Terras

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    Re: Neon Terras

    Not sure if they’re safe for each other, even though the frogs can’t eat them they can bite/scratch them. I’ve never kept the two together but that’s just my hypothesis frogsmile
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    Re: Care for a baby gray tree frog?

    Awe baby frogs are the cutest lol. You’ll want to feed a lot and make sure he has vitamin supplements often. I have a baby toad currently and I feed 2-3 pinhead crickets a day and supplement every...
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    Re: Sick ADF: Spinning, redness by eye

    The spinning could be shedding or pain, yes. She’s most likely pretty distressed about having a wound on her face. Poor lil thingsurprisedfrog not sure if there’s any way to force feed a frog that...
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    Re: Sick ADF: Spinning, redness by eye

    No problem, hope she makes it.

    It’s good that her condition isn’t worse. You’re doing great as far as I know, keep us updated!
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    Re: Sick ADF: Spinning, redness by eye

    Not sure what could be causing this to your poor lil frog, however I’d take her to the vet asap if she’s still alive. How is she doing?
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    Re: Toad with red leg???

    Toad appears better today. The infection/nasty area is a bit bigger but clean, no longer growing, and she doesn’t smell bad anymore. I’m applying antibiotic ointment(no painkillers) to the area daily...
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    Re: Toad with red leg???

    Thanks Dan, will do. I’ll keep this thread updated.
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    L. berlandieri companions?

    Does anyone know of any interesting frogs or toads that I can house with a Rio Grande leopard frog? she seems lonely. frogsmile 80899
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    Toad with red leg???

    I caught a toad in my pool skimmer about a week ago. she had clear 澱ubbles of water under the skin on her legs. They have since popped and now there are some worrying blisters and sores in the...
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