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Would you buy these frogs??
#1
So... would you?

I won't even buy plants from this seller...

Pm for the name of the seller, or if Phil says ok, then i will post it up.

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What some see as death, others see as beauty.


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#2
No way.

That first frog looks like it has the hip/back leg calcium deficiency / defect that I want pics of.

I personally, have no idea who's frogs those are, but lets just let this thread roll for a while and gather some opinion before posting more...
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#3
is that a black jeans up top?!?
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#4
Yip...


sidney ferrell Wrote:is that a black jeans up top?!?
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Casper
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#5
Wow, that is just terrible. I dont know what else to say........I take that back. Look at the very last pic of the Basti hugging the chunk of coal, poor guy.
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#6
I could have taken more pictures of more of this sellers frogs, but they were the same looking ...

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Casper
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#7
Did you point out to the seller that they have some issues worth addressing? If so, what was the response?
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#8
Will answer that and more, in a little bit. Don't want to give it away just yet ... :wink:

randommind Wrote:Did you point out to the seller that they have some issues worth addressing? If so, what was the response?
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Casper
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#9
Was Reptiles Etcetera in Arlington this past weekend?
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#10
That was my first thought too.... They look really young, but I'm used to seeing that from Reptiles etc.
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#11
Hmmm, could it be.......
Jon
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Rusty_Shackleford Wrote:Hmmm, could it be.......
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#13
Different seller than the others, but the frogs were just as sickly looking.
Got to love the name...
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Casper
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#14
It kills me that any vendor would put those frogs on their table as a representation of the quality of animals they sell.....then again, that IS the quality of the of animals they sell.
Jon
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#15
Casper...Same person that had that awesome Campana last fall?
brad
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#16
I'm shocked Taron would sell frogs like that. ( insert extreme sarcasm emoticon , yet to be invented)
Darts with parasites are analogous to mixed tanks, there are no known benefits to the frogs with either.


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#17
Yip, Taron's frogs are the 1st set.

Kinda surprised me when he said, let me open them up so you can get better pictures ...doh...

Especially considering his past conflicts with me calling him out in the past...give a guy enough rope, i say...

Second set is LLL



RichFrye Wrote:I'm shocked Taron would sell frogs like that. ( insert extreme sarcasm emoticon , yet to be invented)
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Casper
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#18
I always feel an ethical dilemma in situations like these. I want to rescue them.....put them all in fresh clean vivs, isos, springs, WELL DUSTED ffs, test/treat................but of course I realize I don't want to reward this person with $$ for his/her hideous treatment of these poor frogs. But boycotting never seems to work with people like this, they stick around forever and ever...........so sad. Education SHOULD be the logical answer, but they usually don't think they need it, think they know what they are doing.............
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#19
Vendor feedback people - Both Taron and LLL have threads here.

Light em up if you bought something and it was in horrible condition.
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#20
For just 70 cents a day you can buy a can of soda or you could feed one of Taron's malnourished pumilio for a week.
For just 70 cents you could buy a cup of coffee or you could provide shelter to an auratus at lllreptiles.

Since 2004 DartDen has helped many dart frogs with food, shelter, medical care a chance to live a happy life.

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"Today so many frogs at Tarons and LLLReptiles need your help, and through dartden you can reach out to one of them by sharing just a little bit of your pocket change. It takes so little for you to become a special friend to one of these frogs in an under developing retailer, but boy the good it could do is worth more than you could imagine. Why don't you call them right now to learn more about how you can help one of these very special frogs. As a sponsor you can exchange photos and emails with these frogs and they ..............."



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