I purchased several poison dart frogs and it turns out the smallest one has the "short tongue" syndrome. The frog has a lot of trouble eating and I want to correct the problem. However, I can not really find anything that contains only or mostly Vitamin A. I have several supplemants, but I do not know the dosing on Vitamin A in them, if it would be enough to correct the problem. Vitamin A injections does not appear to be a good option, nor does force feeding. I have been applying a multi-vitamin supplemant topically, but again, I do not know how much vitamin A is in it. The only thing I found is Zoo Med Repti Turtle Eye Drops which I have. I want to know if it would be safe to use that with the frog. The ingredients are: Water (isotonic saline solution), solubizing hydrotope, Vitamin A palmitate in an oil base, and cyanocobalamin (Vitamin B12). Some of the ingredients wouldn't harm the frog, but I'm not entirely certain. The frog still has a good amount of energy left despite how skinny it is becoming, it goes for the flies with or without being dusted so that isn't the issue. I want to do something as soon as possible before its too late. Any information or other suggestions would be greatly appreciated.