African Frog Suffering From Blisters

I have an african clay frog. Over the last few weeks he has been eating progressively less, and spending more time at the top of the tank. Just recently he has been developing small blisters on his back.

Your frog needs examined by a specialist with experience with exotic amphibians. There is a kind of bacteria that causes mycobacterial diseases is not unusual in amphibians and can lead to ulceration of the skin. In severe cases, the animal will not be able to regulate its internal water balance and may also suffer from oxygen starvation due to the lesser ability to breath. There are some amphibian diseases which can affect humans – which is why your frog needs to be taken to a specialist. Your nearest pet store or perhaps zoo might be able to give you a reference.