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  1. Re: Do Captive Female American Toads Lays Eggs

    Awww! She was a beauty... adorable pics! Thanks for sharing!
  2. Re: Do Captive Female American Toads Lays Eggs

    I'm sorry to say that she passed away. I believe her bloating and lack of appetite was from Septicemia, Dropsy or some other infection. I also had a severe die off of my crickets, so maybe they were...
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    Re: Blind toad.

    Yeah. Everytime I tried to wipe it, her lower lid comes up and covers it. At first I thought it was pus because pus from toads his hard forming, but not really knowing what more to do, I took her to...
  4. Do Captive Female American Toads Lays Eggs

    Might seem like a very stupid question, but I cannot find much information online. So, I'm relying on the experience of the forum members.

    I'm a little worried about my girl at the moment because...
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    Re: Blind toad.

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    If you have any idea of what this is or how I should treat it, I'd really appreciate it! It looks like it's on the outside of the cornea but it is definitely under the cornea....
  6. Re: STS - How much Vitamin A do I give the toad?

    I'd give it 2-3 times a week and also make sure that the vitamin A source is not from Beta-carotene. I read that source is not very good for them. Something else you could try, which has been...
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    Re: Blind toad.

    I have a toad with an eye issue too! She is one of the wild ones that has been visiting me for the last 2 summers and I named her ROXIE. She came out of hibernation, looking all skinny but she...
  8. Re: Help tons of tiny white bugs in the substrate

    If they jump, they are springtails. If the crawl, they are mites. Mites normally do not pose a threat to frogs or toads, but I would feel uncomfortable if there were a large number and if they...
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    Re: Extremely bloated toad

    awww! So sorry to hear that she didn't survive! And... Holy Cow! I've never seen bloating/swelling like that!! My best guess is that she got hit or possibly stepped on and something got broken,...
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    Re: Hello Fellow Amphibian Owners

    Welcome to the forum! Lots of great stories and advice here and I look forward to sharing info with you! I also have two American toads, 1 male (Speckles) and 1 female (Shima) and we're glad that you...
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    Re: Photo of the month?

    I hear ya! I've become attached to my toads but if I don't release them, then I am defeating my purpose. I keep thinking about the risks of them getting run over or eaten! Yikes! When you work so...
  12. Re: Feeder alternatives during quarantine

    You might want to consider breeding mealies, it's super easy and a lot cheaper than buying! There are a lot of videos on how to breed mealworms. Takes very little space & time! Just need to let some...
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    Re: Help asap

    That's great that he's eating!! YAYYY!! Don't know where you live but here in PA, the insects have emerged outside so they are pretty easy to find. However, since I started raising toads, I learned...
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    Re: Photo of the month?

    OMG!!!!! How cute are they???!!!:love_heart:
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    Re: Help asap

    I agree! With being stressed, it's normal for him not wanting to eat. I'd give it a couple days for him to adjust to his new environment. Very interested to see how things work out, so please keep us...
  16. Re: So..... Do Female Toads Ever Make Noise????

    You're very welcome! Glad the article proved useful to someone else!:o
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    Re: Strange Lump

    I completely understand your worrisome mind! I'm a momma to many types of animals and I'm constantly worrying over anything that is out of the ordinary and then questioning/researching, so I get it!...
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    Re: Strange Lump

    Hi! Unfortunately, I think you are going to need to take her to an exotic vet to get a definitive diagnosis. It is not impossible for frogs to develop cancer but it is very rare and unlikely....
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    Re: Got a new animal

    Oh... He's beautiful! Best of luck with him!!!:)
  20. Re: Feeder alternatives during quarantine

    Have you tried or thought about raising your own crickets? I was afraid that we were going to run into these circumstances of obtaining feeders, so a couple months ago I began to raise my own...
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    Re: Michel isnít shedding!

    OHHHHH NOOOO!!!! I am soooo sorry!!! This is the second loss I am reading about on the forum tonight!! Now, I am really bummed... for you and the other forum member!! IDK what to say! :( Much love to...
  22. Re: Southern toad acting ill, wobbly, pointing head down

    I am soooo sorry to hear that she didn't make it! And it sounds like it was a horrific and heartbreaking thing to watch that happen! I believe impactions can be very difficult to diagnose because...
  23. Re: Southern toad acting ill, wobbly, pointing head down

    So sorry to hear about your girl! First... I'm a bit confused that you said she "drank" all her water, because toads do not drink. They absorb water through their skin and it would be hard to...
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    Re: Cricket delivery and tips

    I was having a similar issue with my crickets too until I increased the airflow! As long as I keep enough food and water in with them, they don't eat one another and the only dead ones I find are the...
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    Re: Michel isnít shedding!

    Try a slightly warm honey bath! It will help hydrate and slough off his dead skin. Should also help his toes!
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