LOL! Pancake! Lovin' these names! I have Freckles, Speckles, and Spot - so named by my little ladies ^.^
Lamasil AC is the treatment that I've most commonly seen used with good results, but it takes a lot of back and forth and bleaching of the 'used' container tanks (usually critter keepers) I hear a rumor that that form of this med is no longer available, though? Haven't looked into it. . . I hope that's not true, because a lot of people have had success with it. Heat treatment is really difficult, too, as you can't ensure that the condensation at the top of the tank gets warm enough to kill the spoors - and the things are so tenacious. There is a Chytrid test available, but last time I looked into it, the cost was around $50 per test. It's just a disaster, truly.
Where did you get your frog? It's totally normal, I'm sure you know, for them not to eat for a few days when they're in a new environment. Hopefully all is well. I'd be really leery of putting a frog through any treatment without being fairly positive that Chytrid is the cause. The flip side is that, with this illness, your best chance at survival is to move fast. It's such a double edged sword :/
ETA: Didn't see your post! She's so super cute! Looks like a fatty girl to MEEEEE!!!
Hi, Smidge! *luffs*