If you notice your frog acting lethargic not moving around much or at all and it’s skin looks dry and cracked these could be signs that your frog is dying. If your frog’s skin is also turning white or blotchy this is a further sign of poor health. If your frog is bloated or swollen this is also a sign that something is wrong and your frog may be dying. If your frog stops eating or defecates abnormally this could be another sign that something is wrong and your frog may be dying. If you notice any of these signs it’s important to take your frog to a vet as soon as possible to get a diagnosis and treatment.