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    Re: Old age or infection in grey tree frog?

    So, she's still holding the same - edema in her abdomen and muscle wasting in her extremities. Still eating and defecating normally.

    She had a vet visit almost a month ago, and we ran through...
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    Re: Old age or infection in grey tree frog?

    I'm seeing 5 to 8 years on average? And she was an adult when she showed up so she could have been several years old at that point.
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    Re: Old age or infection in grey tree frog?

    Yes, she has been parasite checked twice and was dewormed not long after she showed up in our home. Humidity varies from 50% to 85% closer to the soil, temperature around 77 since it's summer, and...
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    Re: Old age or infection in grey tree frog?

    Her foods have always been calcium dusted with Repashy Calcium Plus, Rep-Cal without D3, or injected with Repashy Rescue-Cal, depending on the feeder and what she received the previous feeding. She's...
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    Old age or infection in grey tree frog?

    Hi all, could use a little help!

    Our grey tree frog is not doing so well the last few weeks, she's become very weak and seems to be losing muscle mass. Today her skin was dry and sticky. We've had...
  6. American Toad is constantly eating substrate and becoming impacted, what to do?

    We've had her (not sure it is a her, but it works for now) since early winter when we found her in my mother in law's basement after she had some renovation done. Since we didn't know how long she'd...
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    Epoxy safe for water dish?

    Should be getting started on the 65 hex build for my Gray Tree Frog this weekend, but I still can't track down a water bowl that I think she'd like. I want something with a ramp, a deep area (she...
  8. Re: Housing a snake in the same room as a tree frog?

    I thought she had calmed down, but it's been 3 days and she still hasn't eaten. That girl is like clockwork when I put her mealworm cup in the tank and she'll sit in it for days waiting for more to...
  9. Re: Housing a snake in the same room as a tree frog?

    Yes - keep them out of line of sight at all times.

    I've got their enclosures on the same wall where the snake is below the frog and they can't see each other. Which has been great. There's not...
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    Re: Best method to cover foam background?

    Is it best to use dry or moist cocofiber?

    There will be lots of thick horizontal branches running from side to side, which is why the egg crate is in the plans for support. I don't trust silicone...
  11. Re: Housing a snake in the same room as a tree frog?

    She has line-of-sight to the entire room, and I've caught her tracking the betta on the far side so I know she can see to where the snake is going. Yeah, I'm probably going overboard, but I like to...
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    Best method to cover foam background?

    The empty 65 gallon Hex is calling to me, and I'd like to get started on it soon. The only thing that is holding me back is deciding what kind of material to use for the background. It'll be eggcrate...
  13. Re: Housing a snake in the same room as a tree frog?

    The frog will be safely tucked away the entire time! I'll velcro her lid down as well for safety just in case the snake ever does accidentally get out as she's the only thing in the room that will be...
  14. Housing a snake in the same room as a tree frog?

    This may be a silly question, but my grey tree frog is always so mellow and seemingly content that I don't want to do anything to stress her out. We're seriously considering getting our first snake...
  15. Re: WC Grey Tree Frog - parasites (worms) in stool, ID possible?

    So, he calls me completely confused and goes - "they're definitely hard egg cases, but there is no way a parasite large enough to make eggs that big could take up residence inside a tiny little...
  16. Re: WC Grey Tree Frog - parasites (worms) in stool, ID possible?

    I'm still going to follow up tomorrow with my vet about this to be sure, but after hours of searching online I think I finally figured out what they are - undigested cricket eggs. She had four adult...
  17. WC Grey Tree Frog - parasites (worms) in stool, ID possible?

    We've had her since October when she came in with the potted plants and lived for several weeks off of my exotic cockroach colonies before we found her, and by then it was too cold to put her back...
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