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                    [post_content] => Hello Everyone! 

One of my White Tree frogs has some mottled brown coloring. In addition, it also almost seems as if they are having a hard time shedding but there has been no change in moisture levels. They have had no appetite for the last few days (I have tried changing up their diet to entice them with no luck) and are now lethargic. 


I have them in an 30G 18x18x24 enclosure at 80F and 70 humidity with UVB Lighting. I have a watering dish that is filled a quarter of an inch high, Bend-A-Branches, Fake Vines, and a moss vine in the enclosure.

In my area there is not an exotic vet or a vet specializing in amphibians near so I am trying my best.

Thank you so much!

Sincerely,
Hanmi


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                    [post_content] => I adopted kasi. Such a cool snake and crazy red colors
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                    [post_content] => This is Little Cin, short for Cinnamon. We rescued her about 2 months ago from a very sad situation of neglect. She was sharing a 20 gallon enclosure with another leopard gecko, Beatrice, that was much larger than she was. When I arrived at the owner's house, I was shocked. I immediately noticed Little Cin was missing most of her toes, was flat to the ground, had floppy arms, a bent spine, and was surrounded by crickets that she was too weak to chase and catch. She was not being given vitamins, supplements, or UVB and, upon getting her home, it was pretty clear that she was suffering from metabolic bone disease. I witnessed Beatrice, who turned out to be a male, lay on top of her and outcompete her for food. I separated them immediately. At first, she was unable to lift her body off of the ground at all. "She's unique and crooked!" The owner told me. I was so happy to have found her. I tong feed her dusted crickets every other day with the occasional mealworm. Once a week, I syringe feed her a healthy dose of Reptaboost. For the first few weeks, she got electrolyte soaks as well as a shallow dish (rather, an overturned Tupperware lid so she can reach it) of electrolyte water. Today, she has more energy and even climbs up on her hide. She can lift most of her body off of the ground but still struggles with her floppy arms. Sadly, they will most likely never get better. But I even catch her basking under her tropical UVB light and licking water off of her leaves. She's got the sweetest little face! Last week, she had a full and healthy shed with NONE OF IT left stuck on her and I am so proud of her :)
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                    [post_content] => Doing what he does best. Sméagol! Just basking his life away! Showing off his new yellow after his second shed.
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                    [post_content] => Don't worry Rufus is here to save you all!
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                    [post_content] => What type of bug is this? And is it safe for a bearded dragon? It looks like a giant beetle to me. 
Thanks 
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One of my White Tree frogs has some mottled brown coloring. In addition, it also almost seems as if they are having a hard time shedding but there has been no change in moisture levels. They have had no appetite for the last few days (I have tried changing up their diet to entice them with no luck) and are now lethargic. 


I have them in an 30G 18x18x24 enclosure at 80F and 70 humidity with UVB Lighting. I have a watering dish that is filled a quarter of an inch high, Bend-A-Branches, Fake Vines, and a moss vine in the enclosure.

In my area there is not an exotic vet or a vet specializing in amphibians near so I am trying my best.

Thank you so much!

Sincerely,
Hanmi


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