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RE: budgett frog

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Posted by: sandboa413 at Wed Dec 19 10:32:33 2007  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by sandboa413 ]  
   

budgetts frogs are pretty easy to care for an adult can live therer whole lives in a 5-1/2 gallon. they feeedon almost anything that moves. ive keeped budgetts before heres what i did. i keep my adults in a 10 gallon turtle tank... the ones that have the hole cut in the side for the filter. of course i keep;ed mine seperate because they will eat each other. i keep the water gently filterd and the water was pretty warm. i feed mine goldfish,nightcrawlers,crikets, and on extreme occastion i would give them mice. but as you know there raelly high in fat. plus budgetts are semi aquatic there for done really eat mice. and this is really important i would lit mine hibernate for a few months and what i would do to acheve this i would take an emty 5 gallon and fill it to the top; with clean coconut mulch(that stuff that comes in a brick then expands when wet) then i would put them in and let them borrow to the bottom then i would cover it with a screen top and forget aabout it for a few mouths like maybe 3-4 just make sure they are well feed before you do this. theres a lot of info you can get of google too .


   

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