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Old 09-04-2020, 06:56 PM
makesha makesha is offline
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Hi Mark, Kmc, Socratic Monologue and any one else who's interested, could I please get you to go look at bent tail number two? That's the one with the more severe twist. I'm mostly concerned about that back right hip which is clearly rotated wrong. It looks like it's rotated forward so the knee points down more than it should making it hard for the lower leg to fold under as it should. All limbs are out today and the front limbs look good. I've posted three short videos and a photo, all from today, here:

It's time to make difficult decisions. I don't care if the frog looks funny but I don't want it suffering from bad stress, possible dislocations or severe disability.

The first one with less severe bend looks great, is getting around great. Could be it's too small to tell, but it looks completely normal.


Last edited by makesha; 09-04-2020 at 07:06 PM.
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