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    Good care sheet, a few grammer and spelling checks, but very informative. No pictures for the other variants of Ceratophrys?

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    Good work! I'm glad a horned frog care sheet has been included now! I would add that cockroaches (especially orange-spotted (Blaptica dubia)) are a terrific staple that can be maintained indefinitely on insect gutloads (i.e. Repashy gutload) plus fresh vegetables. Consequently, they are always nutritional and ready to feed. The small nymphs are suitable for froglets and the hefty adults are efficient feeders for larger horned frogs. Many people also use paper towels, rinsed and soaked in treated water, as substrates for young froglets.

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    Spell corrected and proofed again (hopefully I fixed all of the problems). Added a real copyright notice.

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    Spell corrected and proofed again (hopefully I fixed all of the problems). Added a real copyright notice.
    Another factor to consider is that all frogs absorb chemicals through there skin.

    thats the only one i saw in the handling section.

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    [QUOTE=pyxieBob;72490]Good care sheet, a few grammer and spelling checks, but very informative. No pictures for the other variants of Ceratophrys?[/QU


    I agree with you spelling is fixed though but you should try to care for these great pets



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    A very good care sheet, very helpful! I read it last week but didn't leave a comment!!

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    i cannot entice my pacman into eating and i dont know what to do. it has been 3 days and i hear they should atleast look at the food by then. if you or anyone have any tips please let me know. i have tried earthworms, and crickets but he just wont do it.

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    Very informative!

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    I appreciate the kind words. I'm just glad I can help.

    If you need any Pacman Frog advice, we have a Pacman Frog Sub-forum. I recommend reading the article, and then if you have any questions, or if you just want to upload pics of your froggy, feel free to post on the forum. There are lots of people who can help answer your questions.

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    hi i was wondering if i can use filtered water as a water supply and or to soak the substrate for my pacman frog

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    I am curious as if instead of using all of these different chambers a vivarium would work? Please respond asap.

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    GREAT CARE SHEET

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    Very nice! Thank you!

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    awesome care sheet! Im planning on getting a tomato frog today, would the care be any similar to this?

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    Good care sheet, a few grammer and spelling checks, but very informative. No pictures for the other variants of Ceratophrys?
    Goldfish should NEVER be fed to ANY reptile or amphibian NOT because of thier high fat content, but because the chemical which make them gold is very TOXIC and will lead to the unfortunate and early DEATH of your pet.

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    Goldfish should NEVER be fed to ANY reptile or amphibian NOT because of thier high fat content, but because the chemical which make them gold is very TOXIC and will lead to the unfortunate and early DEATH of your pet.
    source please.
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    Awesome care sheet as I'm new to frogs and found this very helpful.

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    Can anyone tell me what toad is the first one in this video Caring For Pet Amphibians - YouTube the fat cute one Idk how to make post so ill ask in comments

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    I just bought my first pacman frog today. I was helped with someone who worked at the pet store and bought a day and night heating lamp. I also bought a thermometer to track the temp but I am worried that the heat lamp will get too hot during the day when I am at work but I also worry that if I leave it off that it will get too cool. I now feel that I was misinformed at the pet store and should have bought a heat mat. Any help would be much appreciated since I am new at this and want to make sure my pacman frog is happy and healthy. Thank you.

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