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Please read the information below and if you feel the animal needs help text 513-409-1331 

Ohio amphibians include frogs, toads, and salamanders. If a pet happens to get hold of one, the amphibian may secrete a foul tasting liquid from glands in its skin in an attempt to defend itself. This can make the cat or dog drop the animal and sometimes foam at the mouth. You can rinse your pet's mouth out with fresh water and call your vet if you have any concerns. Wildlife that has been in another animal's mouth needs to be checked over for injuries.  Amphibians have extremely sensitive skin and should only be handled by someone with clean, damp hands. A small plastic container with holes in the lid would work well for transporting it. 

Keep the animal in a warm, dark, quiet spot away from children and pets and send us a text at 513-409-1331.