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Fungal Infections

 

Fungal infections can occur from insanitary habitat conditions. Dirty water is the primary cause because bacteria thrives and multiplies under these conditions.

Frogs who have fungal infections will also commonly have discoloration in their eyes. If the infection has time to progress a cotton-like substance may appear on top of the infected area.

Antibiotics are often prescribed to eliminate the infection. This will require you to take your frog to your veterinarian. These types of diseases are important to catch early on because the infections can progress quickly inside of the frog with little signs on the outside. For this reason you should frequently monitor your frog for any changes to its health.

 
 
 
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