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Charlie
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# Posted: 3 Nov 2007 12:05


Please start a new thread in the future, as it is more likely to get an immediate response.

I have posted your info from the other thread here.


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Charlie
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# Posted: 3 Nov 2007 12:06


Munsters post from another thread:

Hello all! I have never done this before and I really need some help! I have a four year old whites tree frog, he and his older bigger brother (not real brother) have a 40gallon breeder tank to live in, it is all live plants and two lagoons. Today, I noticed that "little man" was laying in the dirt, and already looked dead. I scooped him up and saw he was not dead, but extremly lethargic. He was also shedding, I helped him get the last pieces of skin off with a warm water bath and cleaned up the water in the lagoon he sits in. I then had to go to work. I returned to a much lighter green frog, but still sitting in the dirt, and so I set about cleaning the tank, I finished up and he jumped into the lagoon and had like a siezure ! I seperated him from the other frog, gave him a sterile place to sit in a small amt of water and set up a heating pad, undernieth the little tank, I have access to a vet clinic, and metronidazole, but dont know doses. I also have trioptic. Could anyone help me? Please?


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munster_76
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# Posted: 3 Nov 2007 16:57


ok thanks any ideas?

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# Posted: 3 Nov 2007 20:54


So heres an update for any of you out there reading this, "Little Man" Passed away in my hand very early this morning. I am thinking edema. I have NEVER had this problem before, and am not sure what happened. My other frog, "Big Boy" seems just fine(knock on wood) I cleaned out the lagoons and put in unchlorinated water. Any ideas out there?


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# Posted: 4 Nov 2007 00:13


Sorry to hear of your passing. I do not know of any ideas why it may have gotten sick. I did read your thread earlier today while at work, but I don't know any advice and what not about his condition as to why he got sick sorry I'm sorry to hear that, and hopefully someone would be able to know what happened to your little one.


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# Posted: 4 Nov 2007 03:21


Thank you for your sentiments, only frog people understand! lol j/k

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# Posted: 7 Nov 2007 00:31


sorry for your loss. I loss my favorite little girl frog just a few months ago. She passed in her sleep, no warning or anything. She had just shed and just ate. Sometimes it happens. 4 years old isn't old for a frog, but its not young either. It could have been a pre-condition that you never new about or really anything.


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# Posted: 8 Nov 2007 22:56


LOL hi Liz, Im a frogaholic also, but I only have one whites left I am wondering for all you out there, should I get another frog for my other frog right away? he just looks lonley, hopping all over the tank and sleeping in the areas the other frog used to. I dont want to tramatize him any more, and dont want to rush things. Any thoughts?

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