Ok, I tried to look up information on what to do for this little guy and the only thread I could find that was close to my situation just had people telling the person to take their frog to the vet and giving her the third degree.... Which I totally agree with when it comes to caring for a pet. My situation though is that my little boy just found an injured tree frog in our house. I went to put him outside when I noticed it looks like his leg is severed and just hanging by a piece of skin. I wanted to ask if it is best for me to clip the piece of skin holding the leg on or just leave it alone and let it fall off? Anyone I have asked has told me to just feed him to my turtles but I cannot bring myself to do that. It is a tiny baby tree frog and from what I hae been reading tonight, their limbs grow back? I don't want to kill him, I personally cannot kill anyways. I also don't want him suffering so if it is best to put him down i have to wait for my neighbor to get home and do it for me which is a couple of hours. I cannot get him to a vet obviously at this time of night and honestly the soonest I would be able to get him to a vet would be Monday. I am completely willing to get him to a vet if anyone thinks he can survive this injury! So I don't "own" him although my 4 year old has affectionately named him Frank. Also, He is hopping around quite well.