Can you do virtual vet visits?

Table of contents:

  1. Can you do virtual vet visits?
  2. Does hamster need to go to the vet?
  3. Can you take a frog to the vet?
  4. Why are tadpoles dying?
  5. Do African dwarf frogs lay eggs?
  6. Is it normal for African dwarf frogs to float?

Can you do virtual vet visits?

The state says as long as your pet is an existing patient, the veterinarian can now diagnose and treat them for a new condition by telemedicine. ... The California Veterinary Medical Association is recommending its members minimize contact.

Does hamster need to go to the vet?

So do hamsters need to visit the vet ? No, hamsters do not need mandatory veterinarian check-ups. Hamsters are hardy enough, and they're usually shielded from most diseases by being safe in your home. ... However if the hamster is injured or sick, you will need to take him to a vet.

Can you take a frog to the vet?

When your frog is clearly sick with an illness, most diseases are incurable from home. You can treat some diseases with special chemicals, but they're not all that cheap and take professional care. The best answer is always to take your frog to the veterinarian.

Why are tadpoles dying?

The death of tadpoles is often related to a lack of oxygen in the water, usually caused by a sudden algal bloom. If there has been some warm weather and the water has turned green, this indicates that there is a lot of algae growing in the water.

Do African dwarf frogs lay eggs?

In most cases, an African Dwarf Frogs will lay around 7000 to 8000 eggs throughout the span of a year. That is quite a lot, yes. However, that isn't done a single time. Usually, these frogs will mate several times a year, and lay anywhere from 500 to 2000 eggs at one spawning.

Is it normal for African dwarf frogs to float?

All African dwarf frogs will float at the surface, especially at night, this is nothing to worry about. You only have to worry if they are trying to ESCAPE the water, that is a sign of chytrid.