If you’re thinking of getting a frog as your pet at home, there are actually numerous species of frogs to choose from. Each has very individual needs and characteristics. For example, some frogs need to hibernate during the winter while others do not. Many frogs may look really cute and attractive in pet shops and then you bring them home and in a few months they’ve grown in monstrous proportions and it isn’t nearly as nice as you thought it was going to be. These are just some things to ponder on before buying a pet frog.
Many are into frogs because they can live long given the proper care. Unlike dogs, you don’t really have to spend time and play around with your frog. However, frogs need to be fed on a regular basis. Their tanks must also be cleaned regularly because unmaintained tank can cause illness your frogs. Depending on the type of frog, you have to equip your frog’s shelter with specific equipments based on the needs of your pet frogs.
For beginners, African Dwarf Frog is a good choice. Dwarf frogs are very easy to take care of once they are well-adjusted to their new home.