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    I think I answered you about the sex of your frog. It was a male frog from the information you gave me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Larry Wardog View Post
    It was a male frog from the information you gave me.
    Ok I remember, thank you!
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    I upgraded her setup:
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    And I still have the bullfrog:
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    I’ve put my frog on a diet, she’s looking a little chubby lately!
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    She looks fine but maybe only from this angle. In any case I'm glad she's well.

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    Me too! I took the rocks out of her water dish. So hard to clean and they seemed to bother her.
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    How's the little guy doing today?
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    She's doing great! She's eating well and there aren't any more eggs in her poop. I put the tank back in the original setup except for some rock in the water dish. Got new crickets and waxworms as well.
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    Bullfrog is doing better too. Still skinny but improving.
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    I got her a bigger tank and water dish! She seems happy with it, looks like shes grinning
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    She is looking really good! Glad to see the bullfrog is doing well, too.

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    Yeah, the bullfrog is still super skinny though. I don't know what's going on with him, I've been having to force feed him but he does swallow 2/3 waxworms a day. Could he have a parasite possibly? I was gonna let him go but I want to make sure he's healthy. I'll post pictures as soon as he'll sit still lol.
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    It's possible, though plenty of things can stop a frog from eating. If you think a parasite is likely, you can apparently buy Panacur-C for dogs and coat the feeders in it as described in this thread. I have never tried this method myself and I'm not sure of the effect it can have on a wild caught animal, but I wanted to hand over the information in case you might want to consider that route.

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    Okay.

    Yall know about my three legged frog of course. (By the way, she’s doing great and her name is now Alphais!)

    So today I was going about my business, checking the pool filters and I saw a big frog in there.
    So naturally I reach down and grab her. Pulling this massive, enraged froggo outta the pool was an effort lol!

    And when I get a closer look at her...

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    OF COURSE IT HAS THREE FEET!!! Of all the frogs that coulda gotten in our pool, it wad this half healed little dude! It’s adorable lol.

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    So now i guess I’m stuck with this guy too XD
    I’m sitting here laughing at my crazy luck.. Oh man haha at least I don’t have any other pets!

    Don’t worry, I’m quarantining her and all that before I introduce her to Alli. It’ll be like looking in a mirror lol

    So that’s my situation right now, got a new froggo i guess :P
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    I have really enjoyed reading this thread! How are all your little guys doing? My frog (tadpole actually) is a rescue too!!

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    Glad to see folk rescuing these little ones! I rescued Lydia as well, tho in a different way. (She was being swept away in flash flooding during a mighty storm we had and I scooped her up when I saw a little tiny creature struggling to escape the currents. She decided she wanted to stay with us.

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    Awesome! I named the new frog Henry but unfortunately i didn't have him for long. He started having seizures so i took him to the wildlife rehab center. Al has started to have swelling in her stump and theres a clear bubble of skin on the same leg, any ideas on what this could be? Poor froggy!! She doesn't have any external injuries.
    Always take time to appreciate your pet; remember, even though your pet isn't the only thing you have, you are all that they have, ​so love them while they're here!


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