It is possible that somehow our African dwarf frog propulsed out of its tank while the lid was open, despite never having done so in the past, landed on the floor, and got eaten, probably by our diabetic dachshund. (The chihuahua is frightened of things usually.) Neither dog has had diarrhea or vomiting or other problems, and it has been at least two days since the frog went missing. Is there anything to worry about? The frog was alone in its tank, and was never fed live food so perhaps had few parasites.
I am not seriously worried as it has been a little while with no issues, but I would like to make sure there is nothing long-term to watch for. We had thought someone in the house had found it dead and thrown it away, but only today did we find that is not the case, after the vet’s office had closed for the day of course. I suppose my main worry is that it might give rise to some parasites in the long-run, but I have no idea how prevalent they can be in pet frogs that have lived alone for three years with no live food, and even if those could infect dogs. I just know wild frogs are sacks of parasites, hence the concern.