I have 3 african dwarf frogs in a (nearly) species only setup. It’s a divided 10gal, only folks sharing the half with the frogs are amanos and a nerite. One of the frogs has an injury to her bottom jaw. (In the pic, she’s alive and kicking, I just removed her from tank for inspection and pic). I suspect it’s from 2 frogs lunging at a single bloodworm, and one grabbing her jaw by mistake. If u have frogs, you’ll know they can grab/pull/wrestle with lots of vigor when they think a meal might get away. I’ve been monitoring for a week and a bit, during which time it hasn’t seemed to be debilitating, and she’s eating as enthusiastically as ever. But today it seemed a bit redder than before, so I took her out for a quick look, and now u see what I’m seeing. Kinda looks weepy/pus-y, no? So I’m thinking a secondary bacterial infection. A. Do I continue to monitor and hope for healing/recovery, or intervene and treat? B. Since she’s eating so well, I don’t think I’d have any trouble feeding medicated bloodworms (all 3 frogs are hand/target fed, so she’s be the only one getting medicated food), but how would I prepare them? I have Fish Mox capsules (amoxicillin) and kanaplex on hand, and frozen bloodworms. I can get FD bloodworm if that’s better. Would garlic guard help with palatability for frogs, as it does with fish? Fish Mox is pretty broad-spectrum, but not sure about kanaplex. I think it’s mainly for gram-pos (usually anaerobic) bacteria, would that include a skin or surface infection like this? Thx!