I moved the frog to a quarantine tank so I can look after it better and move it out of the wet environment. It has food and shelter and a branch but they look swollen
I'm a high risk for COVID and my area is seeing a large spike in cases, so I can't really do a vet, save for maybe a telecom appointment.Moving around is good.
Do you actually see him catch and eat? Thats very important.
Get some rapashy vit A plus and calcium plus.
Baby frogs develop deficiencies quickly. Not to give you more to worry about just a reminder that its important.
You could connect with an arav vet in your area. I am always a little conflicted though balancing risk benefit of transfer and travel with corrective husbandry that is working.
Youre doing great. You are a fine person. Shake that off.
I just wanted to say thank you again for all the help. Sick frog is sleeping right now, probably resting better than she did in the bigger tank. I have added a coconut hut and some leaf litter to her temp housing to help her feel more secure but I think her sleeping is a good sign that she's going to recoverYou can put some of the leaf litter in there. Its good to have easy security, you may have just saying.
Its really good that he's eating.
No, it's typically started and over with relatively quickly. I've never timed from start to finish, but I've often observed the frogs doing so at the time of my lights turning on and then seeing them hopping around the next time I walk by around lunch time.Would they be doing this for a while? It has been about five days of this behavior