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I got a bullfrog tadpole from a pet store for free about 2 weeks ago... it's pretty sick with a fungal infection. The store said they didn't know how to treat it, what to feed it, or even what kind of frog it is.
I did exactly 20 seconds of searching and found it's a bullfrog. The skin is white/fuzzy/flaky near the tail. Originally, the underbelly was red and blotchy but that has cleared up.
2 Questions: What do I feed this tiny creature and what should I treat the tail with? So far, I'm using melafix and furnan 2, with the tank being a warm temp. Offered the frog boiled lettuce, cut up carrot, bloodworms, freeze dried shrimp and fish flakes -- didn't appear to want any of them. The frog is very active, swimming pretty fast. I change the water 1/3 everyday.
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I have never came on this board before, I'm usually an /x/phile or a /b/tard, but I need some ferret advice. I've fallen in love with ferrets. for most of my life I've had various animals, usually cats, sometimes hamsters and fish. I fucking love little furry things. I'm moving out soon and about to get my own place, so I am wanting a pet. I've researched ferrets for the past month or so and think I have the basics down. What I'm asking you guys is for tips and stories about your fuzzbutts. I just want to be as prepared as possible.
Also general ferret thread, they're so fucking cute.
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Not sure whether to post this on here or /adv/, but I need help. I've had a red eared slider for about ten years, yet he hasn't been eating foe the last few weeks. It's winter and cold, so I was wondering if that was the cause, but could he be sick? What do I do, /an/?