Monday, September 5, 2011

Lost Cricket Finds New Home

Little Frog Eats Little Grasshopper

Catching your own grasshoppers provides your frog with a nutritious meal which is rich in nutrients and cost effective. When feeding your frog store bought crickets, you have to nutrient load them by forcing them to eat a wide variety of fruits and vegetables. When you catch wild grasshoppers or crickets, they already have a diverse diet. They are free, plentiful in the spring, summer, and fall, and take little time to catch. Provide your frog with balanced diet by feeding it wild bugs.

Friday, September 2, 2011

Worms are an excellent source of protein for your frog

In the wild frogs eat a number of different insects. Use worms to diversify your frog's diet. Feeding only house crickets can result in malnutrition. Worms are packed with protein and nutrients from the soil they consume.

Feeding your frog

House Crickets are an excellent food source for pet frogs. You can purchase them at any pet store. Use large crickets because even small frogs can eat them.

Frogs as Pets

Frogs make fantastic pets. Frogs take up little room in the house and only eat once every three days. Frogs do not shed and are very clean. They eat a large variety of insects that are commonly found around the garden. Try it out.