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                    [post_content] => TL;DR: I have a froglet that seems to have limited mobility in his back legs, and I don’t know what kind of frog/toad he is or how to help him, so any ideas are appreciated!! (I do not know the ph, temperature, or anything similar about the water, sadly!) 

Hi! A few weeks back, in the process of restoring the pool at the house we recently moved into, my mom and I came across some tadpoles. They would die if left in the pool, so we decided to take up as many as we could reasonably care for and catch (about 15), to raise and release once they were old enough. We did research as we went, and thankfully only lost a few of them. We’re now down to 2 that haven’t been released, one tadpole thats getting pretty big and just got its back legs, and one little froglet. That’s who we’re talking about.

This guy has been smaller than all the others since we caught them, so I worry that the issue may be genetic, but I’m hoping it isn't. It’s about half an inch long, and seemed to be completely healthy until he started climbing out of the water and we noticed that he was moving a little weird.
He looked a little bloated (that has since gone down), and doesn’t hop so much as he crawls. I think it may be something wrong with his back legs, given how he sits (as seen in the pictures), but I know little to nothing about frogs.

I’m more than willing and able to keep him and raise him, but I’ve heard that that can be dangerous for the frog/toad if you don’t know what kind they are. If anyone has ANY information, whether that be on the type of frog he is (so I can research how to care for him) or what may be wrong and how to help, anything at all is appreciated.
(IMAGE IN THE ATTACHMENTS)
He’s in a spoon right now because, with his limited mobility, he seems unable to keep his head out of the water or stay on high enough rocks to be out of the water. (Also, the spoon is gross in that picture, I cleaned it off right after taking this picture, though!) ALSO, before anyone asks, I’m unsure of the temperature, ph, or anything similar of the water. Since the other tadpoles did so well, we didn’t think to have any way to check these things.

TL;DR: I have a froglet that seems to have limited mobility in his back legs, and I don’t know what kind of frog/toad he is or how to help him, so any ideas are appreciated!! (I do not know the ph, temperature, or anything similar about the water, sadly!)
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                    [post_content] => We have a tiny pond in front of our house: 3'x18"x18" deep, and now have at least around 30 tadpoles. Is a pond that size enough to support all those frogs? The pond does contain algae and other plant material. We also have a much bigger pond (8'x6'x30" deep). Should we consider moving the tadpoles to the bigger pond? Thanks
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                    [post_content] => Meet Little Dragon. She was my first bearded dragon. She is my best fried. She loves to hang out with me while I diamond paint. She is the most spoiled dragon ever lol
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                    [post_content] => I rescued this girl a week ago. She was covered in poop and dirt, nails so long it hurt her to walk, hadn't had bugs in god knows how long, and had no lights. She is doing so much better and I made a promise to her that she will never be cold, hungry and dirty like that again! 
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                    [post_content] => Hi everyone! This is Lucy and we rescued her 3 months ago. I just wanted to share her story here cause it's a really happy one :)

My partner and I found Lucy on Craigslist in early April and I was immediately heartbroken. I'll attach here *before* pictures in replies below. Essentially, a couple bought Lucy for their 9 year old two years ago. Now 11, he had completely lost interest and OF COURSE, her care was left entirely up to him as the parents were actually too scared of snakes to have anything to do with her. When we found her, she was half the weight of our 8 month old male BP though she was a little more than 2 years old. At the time, she was living in a 20 gallon tank with one hide, aspen bedding, months worth of feces, layers of stuck shed, no clutter, and hadn't been fed anything larger than a hopper. They couldn't even bother to fill her water bowl even just for the picture. Her sad tank was on their son's carpeted bedroom floor so her UNREGULATED heat pad was literally scorching the carpet. No thermostat, no hygrometer, and one stick-on thermometer. Her tank was drrryyyyy dry dry. 

We didn't have the extra money at the time as they were asking $150 for her. I emailed them and asked if they'd be willing to take $100 since we'd have to purchase all new EVERYTHING for her. No response. But I couldn't stop thinking about her! I posted her to multiple groups on FB to try and get someone to go save her. Sickly, I was met with some keepers telling me that, besides her enclosure, she seemed to be in great shape!! I couldn't believe it! A couple of days later, a VERY generous donor reached out to me and offered to pay the $150 so that we could go get her. I literally cried. I emailed the people back and told them that we could pay them the full price and they finally responded. "We paid $100 for her 2 years ago, plus you get the tank and everything in it, so I feel its a fair price." Hahaha no. But I didn't want to argue, I just wanted to save her.

When we arrived, they explained to us that she was incredibly docile, so much so that their 2-year-old child often handled her so she was "used to being handled by kids." I was floored. She was in the most pathetic shape. She was nearly completely limp. My partner booped her snoot to test her attitude and she didn't react at all. A lot of her stuck shed had actually managed to come off before we arrived as they had finally put water in her bowl... which was now full of flakes of her skin from her trying to desperately soak herself. But she had a tight cap at the end of her tail and we were sure she was going to lose the first half inch or so. She had no energy to wrap herself around our wrists, both of her eyes were so stuck with caps that they looked faceted. We were positive that she was blind. We took her right away, paid these terrible people their money (which they were excited to use for a new bearded dragon to replace their snake), and in the car, had to talk ourselves into accepting that she truly may not survive this. 

We corrected everything that same night. We filled her enclosure with leafy vines, gave her 2 new hides, a big water dish (from which she ravenously guzzled water), climbing branches, a substrate mix of coir and bark chunks, a new heat mat and thermostat, hygrometer, thermometer for her cool side, and so.much.love. we let her vibe alone in her enclosure with the corrected husbandry and it took about a week for all of her stuck shed to come off. Her tail was saved! None of it was lost despite multiple layers of dried stuck shed!! We slowly upped her food size over the course of that first month and she gained plenty of weight. She shed for us shortly after her first month here and her eye caps came off! Initially, we didn't realize that she had stuck eye caps; we thought that her eyes had actually been misshapen, leaving her blind. We had seen stuck eye caps and this just looked... different. This picture here was taken a few days after her second shed with us and, omg, she is SO beautiful! She has a good grip, HAPPILY eats, and has gained almost 200 grams. She has lots of energy and no longer has ZERO reaction to head boops. She loves exploring our houseplants and doing nightly laps over her branches. She will almost always poke her head out of her hide to see what's going on when you approach her enclosure and will happily come out by herself to say hi when given the chance. This weekend, we are going to start the build for her (and our other 2 rescue ball pythons') 3x2x2 enclosures and I cant wait to share those with you! 
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                    [post_content] => Hello everyone.

Timone has been perched up on his standing log hide every other morning since last Friday and I’m wondering why that might be. Here’s a pic of him this morning https://ibb.co/JRKkdMg

He still seems pretty alert when I get up and open the blinds to let natural light in because he makes sudden glances left and right as I pass in front of his tank.

Any thoughts as to why he’s chillin there and awake in the morning? He might even be sleeping but he usually sleeps in his hides I set up (he has one main spot and one very strange spot).
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                    [post_content] => My boy Blue loves to wander across the sofa and chase my little dog off of the back.
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                    [post_content] => Hello! I am new here! My crestie, Timone (yes, from Lion King), is about 5 months old right now. About a month ago, I decided that it was time to feed the little one some live food, so I bought 5 little crickets to see how he’d react. I placed the bag of crickets at the top of his terrarium and walked away for a few seconds. I came back to his tank and he was perched up on his rock staring at the bag of crickets (good sign to me, right?). Happily, I opened the tank and used metal critter tongs to feed him the cricket. He was on it like white on rice!! Proud dad, I fed him the rest of the crickets.

It seems that since then, he’s become extremely aggressive. The week after that, I wanted to try and see what would happen if I left a cricket in the tank for him to hunt down. Seemed like he enjoyed that too because he was super active throughout the night. His aggressiveness has become even more evident as he periodically head butts the tank. He also doesn’t want to be handled and shy’s away/turns his back to me when I approach his tank to have him walk onto my hand. I originally had a printed 8x11 photo of what looked like a forest and I thought maybe he was thinking it was real so I took it down and replaced it with some plain cardboard.

As you can probably tell, I’ve been playing this guessing game trying to figure out what the little guy wants. He has enough hiding spots and his tanks temp and humidity are fairly consistent with the standards.

Should I just wait and see if he’ll get over this phase? Any advice would be helpful!
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            [post_content] => TL;DR: I have a froglet that seems to have limited mobility in his back legs, and I don’t know what kind of frog/toad he is or how to help him, so any ideas are appreciated!! (I do not know the ph, temperature, or anything similar about the water, sadly!) 

Hi! A few weeks back, in the process of restoring the pool at the house we recently moved into, my mom and I came across some tadpoles. They would die if left in the pool, so we decided to take up as many as we could reasonably care for and catch (about 15), to raise and release once they were old enough. We did research as we went, and thankfully only lost a few of them. We’re now down to 2 that haven’t been released, one tadpole thats getting pretty big and just got its back legs, and one little froglet. That’s who we’re talking about.

This guy has been smaller than all the others since we caught them, so I worry that the issue may be genetic, but I’m hoping it isn't. It’s about half an inch long, and seemed to be completely healthy until he started climbing out of the water and we noticed that he was moving a little weird.
He looked a little bloated (that has since gone down), and doesn’t hop so much as he crawls. I think it may be something wrong with his back legs, given how he sits (as seen in the pictures), but I know little to nothing about frogs.

I’m more than willing and able to keep him and raise him, but I’ve heard that that can be dangerous for the frog/toad if you don’t know what kind they are. If anyone has ANY information, whether that be on the type of frog he is (so I can research how to care for him) or what may be wrong and how to help, anything at all is appreciated.
(IMAGE IN THE ATTACHMENTS)
He’s in a spoon right now because, with his limited mobility, he seems unable to keep his head out of the water or stay on high enough rocks to be out of the water. (Also, the spoon is gross in that picture, I cleaned it off right after taking this picture, though!) ALSO, before anyone asks, I’m unsure of the temperature, ph, or anything similar of the water. Since the other tadpoles did so well, we didn’t think to have any way to check these things.

TL;DR: I have a froglet that seems to have limited mobility in his back legs, and I don’t know what kind of frog/toad he is or how to help him, so any ideas are appreciated!! (I do not know the ph, temperature, or anything similar about the water, sadly!)
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