Otherwise known as the New World Tree Frog, the American green tree frog (Hyla cinerea) is one of the most iconic and aesthetically appealing frogs available to pet owners today. Their classic frog-green coloration and neatly folded body shape makes them instantly recognizable, and a treat for frog owners all over the country. What is the difference between the American green tree frog and Australian … Continue reading 5 simple Steps: American Green Tree Frog Care guide
Pacman frogs are cannibalistic—do not keep them together! Continue reading 5 Step Pacman Frog Care: Are they good pets?
Frogs come in all shapes and sizes—and colors, too! There are big ones, small ones, vibrant ones, dull ones. Some are incredibly poisonous, while others are completely harmless. There are a lot of frogs out there, and many of them make excellent pets. They are, for the most part, very easy to look after, low maintenance pets, and their relatively diminutive size (compared to some … Continue reading How to Make a Frog Terrarium (Frog Tank Setup 2020 Guide)
Tomato frogs are actually any of the 3 species of the genus Dyscopus. They are large and conspicuously colored frogs belonging to the family Microhylidae. They are broad-backed and vary greatly in color, but are all of a reddish-orange hue—hence their common name. These plump amphibians are swiftly becoming one of the most popular frog species kept as pets. For this reason, it is important … Continue reading Tomato Frog Care Guide. Are They Good As Pets?
Also known as bug-eyed frog and warty frog, or by its Latin name Theloderma corticale, the Vietnamese mossy frog is a sight to behold. Captivating, ugly, mesmerizing, gross – you name it. This is one of the weirdest looking frogs in the world. Where do mossy frogs live in the wild? This expertly camouflaged frog can fit in just about anywhere. Well, anywhere that is … Continue reading Vietnamese Mossy Frog Pet Care (10 Steps Complete Guide)
Frogs and toads may not come to mind immediately as the perfect pets. But in many ways, they are ideal household pets. They are small and easy to take care of, cheap to feed and entertaining to watch. These curious little creatures are becoming more and more popular as pets in the United States, as well as abroad. As with any animal which is kept … Continue reading What do Toads and Frogs Eat in Captivity? (Diet and Food Guide for Owners)