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Fantasy Frog not eating

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Posted by: CrimsonKennels at Sat May 22 10:16:26 2010  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by CrimsonKennels ]  
   

I have a male Fantasy Frog that stopped eating. It has been over 3 weeks since he last ate and he is starting to lose weight so I am getting worried. I keep him in a 58 quart sterilite tub with 5 holes per side for ventilation and about 2 inches of moist bed a beast. It hovers between 76 and 82 degrees farenheit. I have had problems getting this particular frog to eat before, but he is looking a lot worse that normal. I have dealt with estivation, and am pretty sure that isn't the problem. He basically just sits and ignores food. I have tried crickets, roches, superworms, wax worms, minnows, and f/t hoppers. He is about two years old, I have had him for about a year, I haven't moved him in over two months, since I moved him into his tub, and he has ate since the move so it shouldn't be stress. Sorry for the lengthy post, I just wanted to give as many details as possible for the best reply. Thanks in advance for any help.


   

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