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Katelyn620
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# Posted: 9 Mar 2013 19:15


Yesterday I noticed that my little Gray Tree Frog wasn't using his legs and just didn't look good. I was told it was a calcium deficiency so I went out and bought some Repashy Superfoods vitamin and calcium supplement and dusted it on some of the flies. The problem is when I went to feed him this morning he had this thing coming out of his mouth. I don't know what it is, but it is soft and opague. He is ignoring the flies so he isn't getting the food to make him better. Am I too late to help him?
Here is some info that may or may not be helpful:
- He is a gray tree frog
- I have had him since an egg and he has been a froglet for about 6 months now
- I had another froglet, but he died a couple of weeks ago for a different reason
- I have only been feeding him plain fruit flies because he is still really small and I haven't been able to find small enough crickets





Sandy_Bear
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# Posted: 10 Mar 2013 05:52 · Edited by: Sandy_Bear


I think that's the frogs gut in his mouth

Is he still alive?

Charlie
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5432 posts

# Posted: 10 Mar 2013 08:38


That's what it looks like to me too. Possibility of intestinal blockage. I don't have any medical advice though.


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