Assessing the Sick Frog or Toad

So a frog hops into your exam room...

Know just enough amphibian medicine to feel dangerous? Read Assessing the Sick Frog or Toad for practical information that will help you--and your patient--in the exam room.

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Pollock C. Assessing the sick frog or toad. March 17, 2012. LafeberVet website. Available at