Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 5
Rated 5 out of 5 by CamoMistress Very Easy IF you have done your Research
i have bought 2 of these frogs both from different store's the first was a very small juv. second was a larger juv. and it has survived but it is a very aggressive frog and is only handled when in need of it he is fed live crickets via tweezers as they had him on pac attack and he refused to eat after the second month out of sheer desperation i went back to cricket's ( im a mom to several different odd critters who eat crickets) and he started eating again he now is 5 inches around and very happy BUT still very grumpy and i payed 97$ for him and start up NOT NOT using them again!
May 29, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Hamsterof4 Great Beginner Frog
I wanted a frog that was easy to care for and didn't need a huge tank. I went to Petsmart and fell for a Pacman frog. I bought Pacman that's his name and am keeping him now in a Reptile Ranch Kritter Keeper. I feed him crickets every couple of days, feeder goldfish once a week and when he is older i'll feed him frozen mice but only for a treat
I highly recommend this frog for beginners, It eats like the game Pacman
May 28, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by kmak Have to agree with other guy
Our little pacman frog seems to have settled in very nicely. One of the other reviewers mentioned how they eat from their hand... and this little guy is seriously domesticated. Only had him/her for a few days now, and I stick my hand in to feed, and it knows what's going on and tries to take the food from my hand before I can even place it in the tank! So, as far as I can tell, it doesn't have a problem with humans. Doesn't show fear or anything, just burrows in the coconut fiber unless it sees my hand, in which case it starts sending its VERY sticky tongue in my hand's direction to get at the food.
Basically, this is a cute little round frog that seems to have no problem at all living the life with a human. If it's a frog you want, totally would recommend this guy.
December 11, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by NaughtyKitten13 Amazing Simple Pet
I bought one from this chain back in June; he is bigger and very spoiled. Mine hides in the coconut fiber most of the time; you only see him when he is hungry but he is easy to find in the dirt with gently handling through the dirt. He eats two medium size comet goldfish now every two or three days and is over three inches around. This frog is not normal but is proof they can be very friendly with proper care. He has became so spoiled he liked to be hand fed his food; literally held in your hand and rub under his chin to open his mouth and be hand fed his fish or super worms.
Remember frogs have sensitive skin so always wash your hands very well before and after handling them. He is held a few times a week and does like to be held. Not all frogs like attention and being held but gentle handling and getting them young like they are sold here and time. And in a few months you too can train a Pacman frog to be spoiled and tame as well. But all frogs will bite form time to time; even ours will grab a finger when hungry thinking it is food; because they have poor eye sight. Just remember not to pull away from them if they do bite; you will hurt their tiny teeth and do damage; just gentle persuade them to let go.
November 27, 2014