So I've read a lot about the possibility of overfeeding darts. Does anyone have like comparison pictures of a healthy and overweight frog of the same species?
Actually you don't have to feed them a ton.. people routinely overestimate the amount needed for the frogs on a daily basis.Yeah. You would have to feed them a TON for noticeable obesity. The sign that would be the most simple is simply a huge ol' belly but that would take a ton of feeding.
THe auratus looks way too fat to me.... And why do you have a possible male azureus with a female auratus?My female dart is DEFINITELY overweight! It only happened recently. I don't know her exact age, but I think she is somewhere around 8 years old. She started getting fat about two months ago, around the same time that I introduced my little blue guy (who I THINK is a male but he's not quite old enough to tell).
I don't feed them everyday. Usually every other day or every third day. But could it be that she is still eating too much?
I thought maybe it was just because she is old. View attachment 49953
I called the vet and they want $50 just to look at her. I can't afford that right now because I just lost my job Is there anything I can do with something I can buy at the store?I agree, looks like bloat for sure..