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    Re: White spot on my pacman frogs back.

    Definitely keep an eye on it.
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    Re: How much should I feed my new frog?

    Feed him as much as he can eat in 15 minutes. You should feed daily to every other day until he reaches around 4 inches then stick with every other day to every three days when until he is around 6+...
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    Re: White spot on my pacman frogs back.

    What is the climate in the enclosure and how often are you changing the substrate?
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    Re: Pacman frog on youtube

    Older males will sometimes have a saggy vocal sac from prolonged bouts of calling. Over time it appears to lose elasticity and sag.
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    Re: Changing color?

    It is not uncommon for them to go through small color changes back and forth from darker to lighter and even show a little pattern on the dorsal surface. Making her annoyed will cause some stress and...
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    Re: Old pacman frog, nearing the end advice.

    You're welcome.

    I'm sorry for your loss. Wish there was more that could have been done.
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    Re: Old pacman frog, nearing the end advice.

    You're welcome.

    I am sorry there is nothing more to be done.
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    Re: Old pacman frog, nearing the end advice.

    I see. Water edema syndrome is common and especially so as they age. Typically their kidneys begin to not function as well and there is really only a couple things you can do yourself.

    1. You can...
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    Re: Old pacman frog, nearing the end advice.

    Could you answer the questions in this list https://www.frogforum.net/showthread.php/14721-Trouble-in-the-Enclosure and repost in here in your thread? She looks like she may have edema. When you...
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    Re: Old pacman frog, nearing the end advice.

    Hello

    Post some pictures of her before she changed color and after please.


    She is already beyond the average captive lifespan and that is no minor thing. I would like to see her before making...
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    Re: Impaction/Pacman frog won't eat

    Greetings

    You can use mineral oil given by mouth using a .5 mL or 1mL feeding syringe. Only give about .2 to .3 mL and make sure it is just plain mineral oil.

    Glad he finally pooped. Just keep...
  12. Re: My PacMan frog will not eat ......I need help

    Fill out the information for the "Trouble in the enclosure" thread located at the top of this forum and copy that information here in your thread.
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    Re: ‘worms’ in frog pool

    Could be nematodes which will require you to deworm your frog. Best to have a vet confirm and supply you with the necessary medication.

    Be aware that they could also be Fungus gnat maggots. They...
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    Re: 3yo - Trixie not eating! Help

    You should try something other than roaches. They tend to not like the spikey legs they have and will sometimes refuse them. Try Earthworms or see if you can get Hornworms for her.
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    Re: 3yo - Trixie not eating! Help

    You said she was eating on her own, but now you are saying that you have to force feed her again?

    You can offer her the roach nymphs rather than adults. Their Chitin is not quite as hard. Also you...
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    Re: 3yo - Trixie not eating! Help

    You can use hissers but I wouldn't offer the adults because they are large and contain a lot of chitin. Not really a substitute for mice because they're not the same. It's always good to offer...
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    Re: 3yo - Trixie not eating! Help

    Her skin looks fine.

    What is left in the water could be from her stomach. Since she is sitting on that portion of skin while shedding it may year and that is why she doesn't eat it. Next time she...
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    Re: 3yo - Trixie not eating! Help

    Does she leave all her shed or is it only some small pieces?

    They typically eat the whole shed, but sometimes miss pieces because the shed gets stuck or tears during the process.

    If you would,...
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    Re: Toad disease killing toads

    Sounds like poisoning. Do you use insecticide or chemical fertilizers in your garden? If so, that could be the problem.

    Without any more information it's hard to say. You may want to share some...
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    Re: 3yo - Trixie not eating! Help

    Check the frog's thumbs. There will be a dark spot on the side of the digit know as a nuptial pad if the frog is male. Females tend to be larger than males and mostly lack any identifying markers.
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    Re: 3yo - Trixie not eating! Help

    Your frog is an adult.

    Your temperature range is fine. As for the humidity jumping to 90%, that is due to no light burning off the moisture in the air. It's a little high and you'll need to watch...
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    Re: 3yo - Trixie not eating! Help

    You're welcome.

    If possible remove the small amount of formula from the substrate. You don't want it mixed in with it.
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    Re: 3yo - Trixie not eating! Help

    Offer food as normal. The idea is to stimulate his appetite and get him strong enough to eat on his own. I would use it for a couple weeks while offering normal food item as well to see if he will...
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    Re: 3yo - Trixie not eating! Help

    Probably just a result of malnutrition. The formula should help with that.
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    Re: 3yo - Trixie not eating! Help

    It's probably unrelated.

    Observe the condition of his skin closely. Does he eat it like they normally do or does he slough off and leave it? Constant sloughing of the skin or trouble shedding...
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