If you have a pet frog you have to be very careful about what you feed it and how much. You should feed frogs about 2-3 times a week and should only feed live MOVING food (if it doesnt move they will have no incentive to eat. you should give them 5-6 live crickets per feeding, or 1-2 large bugs such as a slug.
RARE PEPE REBLOG FOR GOOD LUCK
BE VERY CAREFUL ABOUT FEEDING, GIVE THEM TOO LITTLE AND THEY EAT THEMSELVES, OR TOO MUCH AND THEY GET OBESE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
If you want to raise your frogs from tadpoles, you should know that tadpoles eat other tadpoles and you should probably get a few. If you would like you can boil lettuce and feed it to them, or buy a bunch and have a mini hunger games. Personally the latter is the better choice, you get a pet AND entertainment!
As for handling, touch your frog/ toad as little as possible and in the event that you must touch your frog for either tank cleaning or something make sure to first rinse your hands as thoroughly as possible NOT USING SOAP!! rinse your hands to try and get any chemical residue from either sunscreen, soap, lotion, cleaner etc. and then partially dry your hands leaving them damp but not dripping. Now that you can pick up your frog make sure to be very gentle and scoop up the frog (not grabbing) as they have very fragile skin and bones. After you handling frogs make sure to wash your hands with anti-bacterial soap.
COMMON DISEASES AMONG FROGS: It is very common for frogs to get something called RED-LEG, this usually caused by owners not cleaning out their frog's water and tank very often, therefore causing bacteria to grow. An infected frog will have reddness and swelling along the legs and belly.
Another common disease is called " Metabolic Bone Disease" This is where the bones of the frog become very briitle and break easily. This is caused by a vitamin D and calcium deficentcy. This is easily cured by giving crushed vitamin supplements to your frog usually prescribed by a vet, but when left untreated is usually fatal.
REPRODUCTION OF FROGS: There are two types of reproduction in frogs, prolonged, and explosive.
Prolonged reproduction: most frogs have prolonged reproduction, and this is where all the adults go to one pond at the same time and have a party..
Explosive Reproduction: few frogs use this kind of reproduction, this is where males all live in one specified area and then the females will come and go as they please.