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    Default Pacific Green Tree Frog troubles.

    Hey guys,

    I have a Pacific Green Tree Frog, I've had him/her for about a year and a half and for the past 3-4 days it's skin has been a brownish green color, which I've never it's skin this color before, it's generally either a dark dark green, or a very bright vibrant green, which if you look near it's rear end you can spot little bits of the normal vibrant green color. It appears to be eating, I usually give it 3-4 crickets 3-4 times a week as I know that they're prone to overeating if they have an abundance of food available. The crickets are always gut loaded prior to feeding, when I say it appears to be eating, out of the dozen or so I've given him over the last week, I've only seen one still in the cage, and I haven't seen any dead ones, it also doesn't look emaciated at all. I'll be cleaning the tank out today so I'll go through everything carefully to see if I can find any dead crickets. I'll post a couple of pictures below so you guys can see what I'm talking about. I'm more than willing to take him to a vet, though in all honesty I haven't found any specialist vets that focus on reptiles/amphibians in my area. Beyond that I'm not quite sure what to do, I don't want the poor little guy to suffer, but I'm not sure what all I can do. I have to go to the pet store today to get some more substrate material and moss, so I was going to pickup 6 or so crickets and transfer it and the crickets into a small holding tank while I clean out the big tank, and I'll see if it eats any. Usually when I put food in it's tank it literally gobbles it down within a few seconds, so if he doesn't touch them, that might also indicate something.
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