Tomato Frog

Tomato Frog Tomato Frog

Tomato Frogs are quickly becoming one of the most popular species kept as pets. For this reason, I’ve taken the liberty of writing this care sheet, filled with all the information you need to keep these frogs happy and healthy. I’ve also added quite a bit of information to the husbandry section, should you decide…

Frog Handling Etiquette: Things You Should Know

Frog Handling Etiquette: Things You Should Know Handling Frogs

When handling frogs, toads or other amphibians, there are precautions you should take to avoid harming them and yourself. Most people don’t consider the dangers of catching and holding amphibians; snatching up a wild poison-dart frog can be fatal but so can a seemingly harmless tree frog in your backyard. Bacteria like salmonella, which is…

American Green Tree Frog

American Green Tree Frog American Green Tree Frog

Keeping American green tree frogs as pets is an enjoyable experience for beginners and experts alike. This species is hardier than most tree frogs which makes them easy to care for. There are some necessities and daily attention is required, but only minimal once their enclosure is set up. This guide will show you everything…

African Clawed Frog

African Clawed Frog African Clawed Frog (Xenopus laevis)

The African clawed frog is one of the easiest frogs to care for. They’re completely aquatic so a  small-sized aquarium will suit their needs perfectly. Not only do they not require a large tank, they eat nearly anything you place in front of them, they’re hardy and widely available online and in pet stores. African clawed…

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