It's been awhile so I'm going on memory but my impression at the time was more of lack of muscle control. You've heard stories of our wolf but in his last days when acute kidney failure set in, his serum electrolyte levels crashed and his lack of muscle control prior to seizure was similar to the frogs. In all cases, both wolf and frog, recovery was almost immediate (within minutes to an hour) following therapy to restore electrolyte levels. I remember the first adult frog I treated was hopping around normally and appeared perfectly healthy within 2 hours following the first treatment. I continued the nightly soaks plus Ca dusted ff for a week before returning her to her viv and resuming normal feeding following an increased frequency of plain Ca dusting (following your advice at the time BTW - and thanks again).Ed said:Thanks Brent.
Do you think the wobbliness could have been due to the beginning of bone deformation reducing mobility?