Thursday, October 20, 2011
Pumilio Cayo de Agua and Pumilio Man Creek
As I mentioned, when these froglets arrived they were so much smaller than I had expected, but I had never actually had Pumilio froglets before so I didn't think too much of it. However, when I saw one of the froglets go through a seizure, typically a sign of calcium deficiency, I started to seek out the advice of experts on the best course of action. Most said they were indeed very small and skinny for 3-4 month old froglets and would likely have a slim chance of making long term. This broke my heart and I figured the best course of action would probably be to simply send them back. I explained my concerns to the seller who offered to guarantee the froglets for an additional 4 months. So from here I'll take the treatment advice I was given and hopefully I can get these guys to pull through. The following pictures were taken on October 10.