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    There is blood on the sides of one of the new pixies mouth wat is it i wiil post pics
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    help i opened his mouth and it may hav elloked liek he bit his tongue help
    My Cold-Blooded Family
    Bearded Dragon: Thorn male
    African Bullfrog: Betty female
    African bullfrog: Butch male
    African bullfrog: Boris male
    African bullfrog: Helga female
    My Warm-Blooded Family
    Rat: Puck male
    Rat: Quin female
    Feeders
    Baby Rats: feeder pups
    Dubia roaches
    "What is life without herps?"

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    onedge30
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    Right now, I would say just keep him in clean cage conditions and let it heal naturally. Maybe slow down his feeding for a few days.

    Only if it reoccurs should you really be concerned of further problems. IMHO

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    googie
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    With any injury, any animal, the chances of better healing, better health in general, is to reduce any external factors that may be both a physical or psychological stressor.

    Make sure his enviroment is as ideal as you can get it. Correct temp. Correct humidity., adequate day/night cycles, and as we all know with our frogs, make sure his cage/water is CLEAN. Possible even adding dechlorinators, that also provide enhancements for slime coats may be of some additional benefit instead of just spring water. Be extra diligent in all these factors, and it will leave your animal in a much better situation to fight off any infection or injury that has occured.

    Hope this helps. I know it is general, yet I see this in practice as a chiropractor. If I am able to reduce the stressors around an injury, the injury itself will generally respond better and quicker.

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    On top of what's already been said I would suggest giving the frog a greater heat gradient. That way he can choose the right temps that are best for his immune system.

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