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African dwarf frogs are commonly found as pets. They first became popular in the 1970s and have spread to the pet trade all over the world. They are desirable pets because of their low maintenance requirements compared to other amphibians. African clawed frogs are often sold erroneously as ...


How to Take Care of an Aquatic Frog. Aquatic frogs make a fun pet provided you know how to set up their housing and care for them. Fortunately, these frogs are low-maintenance, making this delightful frog ideal for the person who doesn't...


Ask an associate about Petco's selection of books on African Dwarf Frogs and the variety of Petco Brand products available for the care and happiness of your new pet. All Petco Brand products carry a 100% money-back guarantee. Because all aquatic life are potential carriers of infectious diseases, such as Salmonella, ...


Our African dwarf frog care sheet includes the setup, supplies and food you need to keep these aquatic frogs as pets.


They'll therefore have the luxury of being able to take their time properly preparing their new pets' habitat before they bring their frogs home. ... As far as the tank's water capacity is concerned, one gallon (3.8 liters) of water per frog is the minimum that you'll need to keep your African dwarf frogs healthy and happy.

Aug 17, 2009 ... Aquatic frogs make great pets.


Oct 3, 2017 ... African clawed frogs get their name from both the three claws on their hind feet which are used to tear food apart and their place of origin in Africa. They have become popular household pets due to how easy they are to care for and their longevity.


I mourned for a week or so, then returned to the pet store to get new frogs. I guess I wasn't feeling very creative when I named the 2 new guys, hence Jake and Elwood the second appeared on the scene. In addition, more dwarf frogs have been added to the family. (Don't confuse these with African Clawed Frogs or Albino ...


Water Quality is important for these frogs since their skin is permeable. They are extremely hardy and forgiving aquatic pets and can be kept in any range of pH ( mostly 6.5-7.5). They are a COOL WATER frog so keep their temperature between 70-75 F. They dont need a heater in their tanks as long as the temp. doesn't drop ...