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    Default RETF with Eye Infection?

    Anyone have info on this and treatment?

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    Default Re: RETF with Eye Infection?

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    Anyone have info on this and treatment?

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    Hi Jeff,
    Sorry
    If this were my red eyed tree frog I would get him to a vet or email his photo to Dr Frye asap.
    It does not look like it is involving the cornea but the surrounding area? It is an infection.
    Dr Frye will know what to do. He needs antibiotics !
    http://www.frogforum.net/tree-frogs/...-prepared.html
    Send the email tonight as he in the office on Wednesday, last I knew..

    If he is housed with other red eyed tree frogs ....he should be separated....and put into a hospital / quarantine set up:
    http://www.frogforum.net/tree-frogs/...-prepared.html

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