Sick African Clawed Frog - Fungus?
My Albino ACF seems to have some sort of white cotton-like fungus growing near it's mouth. I have had ACFs for years, and I've never had a problem with fungus or anything. I am worried it will spread to my other ACF, and unfortunately I am unable to get some sort of anti-fungus for my frog. Are their alternatives? She refuses to eat, and since I can not get anti-fungus I am desperate to find some alternative to help her. I don't want to have to humanely euthanize her - but if that is my only choice...
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
First of all, separate the frogs if you can to avoid spreading the fungus.
Are you a member of any Yahoo groups? If not, join FroggyFriends or africanclawedfrogs2006. I've never had any problems with fungus, but hopefully someone else in those groups can tell you what to do.Source(s): http://pets.groups.yahoo.com/group/africanclawedfr... http://pets.groups.yahoo.com/group/FroggyFriends/
- jiteshLv 43 years ago
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