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Posted by: sutorherp1 at Thu Mar 29 21:45:50 2007  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by sutorherp1 ]  
   

My friend has a grow-a-frog adult clawed frog from many, many years ago. I basically know nothing about the individual frog and I neither does her owner besides the basic care and feeding to keep it alive and healthy at its surprisingly old age. I've kept clawed frogs before, but specialize breeding Dendrobates (and Honduran milksnakes).
Her owner described "cuts" on the frogs legs. She also says the frog looks over all very healthy. I have no idea what kind of lacerations she may be referring to. Anyone have a clue? A type of common fungus? Skin problem? Any very broad treatment and obvious answer or should I go screen her frog and get a look myself? I know I shall, for I will not treat the frog until it is diagnosed.

-Sean


   

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