I got my african dwarf frog in January to join my male beta. I recently realized that its not normal for him to shed a little skin all the time. The close up pic shows skin from his belly.
I got worried that he had chytrid. Yesterday morning, I got a little creative and put some fresh crushed garlic and cut some fresh oregano from the garden and added it in.
In the evening, I got exceedingly paranoid, forgetting that he usually just gets less active in the afternoon into early evening. I decided to give him a BC bath. And to my surprise, for the first time in WEEKS, he no longer had skin hanging from him! The last little bit came off his foot in the bath.
About an hour after that, he started singing for the first time! Maybe he was feeling better since being free'd from his skin.
Was I just being paranoid? Should I continue to be careful, could he be infected?