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Whether you opt for a nocturnal Green Treefrog, a colorful Fire-bellied Toad or a high-jumping Leopard Frog, frogs of all species make great pets. They are fascinating to observe and can have relatively long life spans, when housed in proper frog habitats and given excellent care. While there are some frogs that are primarily terrestrial, most frogs are known to adapt to a variety of environments. This is why frog habitats range from being terrestrial, semi-aquatic and even arboreal. In addition to a comfortable and secure habitat, caring for a pet frog entails providing him with the right type of frog food. When selecting a frog for a pet, it's best to learn more about the different species available as well as their housing and meal preferences. As there is a variety of frog species available, choose a species that best interests you and learn more about his specific needs prior to bringing him home. Promote the health and well-being of your pet frog with the habitat, food and frog supplies that are best for him!
While many consider frog food to typically consist of live insects, many frogs also eat a variety of worms, including waxworms, mealworms and earthworms. There are live crickets and farm-raised canned crickets available as they make for a fresh and tasty meal that frogs simply cannot resist. Meanwhile, there are special floating frog food blends available for aquatic frogs and tadpoles. For added nutrition, it's suggested to lightly dust your frog's meals with a pure calcium or vitamin supplement. There is also an assortment of reptile dishes and bowls available that resemble rocks and boulders to cleverly blend in various types of frog habitats.
As all frogs are known for their high-jumping antics, some frogs are excellent swimmers, while there are others that prefer to climb. Providing your pet frog with the types of frog supplies and décor that he prefers will not only encourage healthy activity, but will also help him feel more comfortable in his home. Typically used as a substrate is frog moss, which helps to increase humidity levels within terrariums and vivariums. There are also various types of rocks, vines, and plants available for use in setting up your frog's habitat. Learn more about your pet frog as well as which types of frog supplies, food and housing will best accommodate his needs to promote his health, well-being and longevity.More About Frog Food, Frog Habitats and Frog Supplies