Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 26
Rated 1 out of 5 by AllTheNicknamesAreTaken1 I bought one of these frogs and had it in a five gallon tank with other fish. It never ate the fish food or krill I tried to feed it. Two days later it died. I bought another frog. It did the same thing and died two days later. I know these frogs play dead a LOT, but I know they were definitely dead. I'd recommend buying a cool fish instead.
July 15, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Buddyswimmy Great frog
Very awesome frog I bought last Tuesday, but is very timid and skittish because it always hides in my castle ornament. His named is George.
April 6, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by stellarangel Great pet
I got my little guy about 2 weeks ago. He's great! He likes to explore around the plants and made a home under a cholla stump I have. I read that freeze dried food can cause blockage as well as the frog pellets that haven't been pre-moistened, so I have a cup I scoop aquarium water in, drop a few micro pellets in the cup, and let them soften a bit while I feed him two bloodworms with tweezers. Then I drop the pellets into his dish. Took 2 days for him to learn to come to the dish, now I spy him sniffing around in there when he's hungry. I feed him every other day, sometimes more worms depending on how he looks, he lives in a 10 gallon tank, and he gets along well with my 4 lyretail guppies and 3 Amano shrimp. Planning on getting frozen brine shrimp to vary his diet a bit, but he's become my favorite pet in the tank to watch!
March 16, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by MerElyse Love, but not for beginners
I love African Dwarf Frogs, but I would not recommend them for beginners. Do your research before purchasing. They can live a really long time! Mine lived to 4 years before jumping out of the tank while my friend watched him during a vacation. They stay small, so you don't have to worry about them eating other fish, and they're super cute!
January 23, 2016