Resident Aquarium Nerd
Join Date: Apr 2004
Location: Murfreesboro, TN
Since he's wild, there's a good chance he has parasites so it might be a good idea to have a fecal sample tested by veterinarian.
Your list looks fine but you're missing a couple things. You need dechlorinator to remove chlorine/chloromines/heavy metals from the water (plain tap water can kill him as amphibians are extremely sensitive to that stuff). You'll also need a calcium supplement (such as RepCal) and a reptile multivitamin (like Reptivite).
"We weep for a bird's cry, but not for a fish's blood. Blessed are those with a voice."
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