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aquaticfrogs.tripod.com/id18.html

Dropsey/bloat - intense swelling in the body and legs. Fungal Infections - white, cottony looking patches or threads on the frogs body. Bacterial Infections - may ...

aquaticfrogs.tripod.com/id10.html

Bacterial Infections - frog appears sick, lethargic, refusing to eat, looks like it is having trouble swimming. Caused by dirty water or some type of contaminate.

www.thespruce.com/frog-dropsy-1238722

Jul 9, 2017 ... African dwarf frogs are usually low-maintenance pets but they are still living creatures who can get a plethora of diseases. Dropsy, or bloat, is ...

allaboutfrogs.org/info/doctor/sick.html

Once a frog gets sick it can be very hard to cure it, so you want to pick out a hardy ... If you have frogs that live entirely underwater, such as African Dwarf frogs or ...

animals.mom.me/aquatic-dwarf-frog-diseases-2507.html

Some diseases that affect the African dwarf frog present immediately with various symptoms, while others work over your frog undercover. The causes for African ...

pethelpful.com/reptiles-amphibians/Signs-That-Your-African-Dwarf-Frog-is-Dying

Feb 22, 2016 ... 5 Signs Your African Dwarf Frog Is Sick or Dying ... African Dwarf Frogs should always eat whenever they have the chance. New frogs won't be ...

www.cdc.gov/media/matte/2011/05_waterfrogs.pdf

Virginia Ortiz had no idea that the two African dwarf frogs in her great aunt's aquarium could carry Salmonella bacteria, a germ that can cause serious illness in ...

www.pollywogsworldoffrogs.com/Text-html/frog-rx-bacterial-viral.html

By the time the frogs are showing signs of the disease, their condition is usually ... If aquatic, soak him in a bath of below mix for 12 minutes each day for 10 days.

www.wetwebmedia.com/fwsubwebindex/dwfafdis.htm

Multiple ADF Troubles 12/10/08 First of all, your site has been very helpful in finding information on these frogs, and I appreciate it. Keep up the good work!