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If your frog has any sort of abrasion or infection it will be necessary to contact your veterinarian. Cuts and abrasions that are not yet infected can easily become so in a short period of time which is why it is so important to take proper care of the abrasions. An anti-fungal solution can be applied which will lower the risk of an infection. It is strongly recommended to consult your veterinarian when such a situation occurs because antibiotics may be necessary.

Many different diseases and infections can cause problems with the frogs skin so if the skin appears discolored or has an odd texture to it this is likely a sign of another disease. It is still important though that you discover the root cause and have it treated.


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