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Are you thinking about getting an amphibian friend? Why not consider a frog? Check this list and see if one matches your personality.

Despite its slimy feature, some frogs can make great pets – they are easy to maintain and requires low-maintenance. However, not all frogs are safe to keep as pets since they can either harbor disease-causing-bacteria or even poison. So, if you are thinking about getting a pet frog, you should know which frog is the friendliest and best to keep as a pet.

To figure it out, here are the top friendliest frogs that can make a great pet:

Horned Frogs
Horned Frogs, also known as Pacman frogs, are large ground-dwelling species. They come in different colors and patterns, but the most popular are the Albino, Tri-color, and Fantasy. They can grow up to 8 inches in length and can live up to 15 years and above, depending on care and the current environment they live in.

Horned frogs love to burrow into soil and moss; so, if you are planning to have this type of frog, you should prepare a humid and moist garden or terrarium where they can burrow themselves. Also, one of the notable characteristics of horned frogs is for being feisty, but if you know how to handle them well, it’ll grow to like you back. Here is a quick tip – make sure to pick them from behind.

Tomato frogs
Its yellow-orange or bright red color makes it look like a tomato. Tomato frogs can grow up to 4 inches long, but the female tomato frog can become bigger than the male. Unfortunately, these frogs have a shorter lifespan, having to live with an average of 6 – 8 years.

These frogs require 64 – 80 Fahrenheit habitats with a mossy, moist, and humid environment. Similar to horned frogs, tomato frogs love to burrow their selves to hunt down their prey.

Tomato frogs are easy to maintain. However, these frogs would tend to release sticky mucus from time to time; so, you should research how to handle it well, especially if you have sensitive skin.

Redbelly frogs
Redbelly frogs, also known as fire belly frogs, are hardy semi-aquatic frogs. Also, these frogs are native to China, Korea, and Manchuria. Their usual habitat is near water ditches, ponds, backwaters, puddles. Moreover, since red belly frogs are diurnal types of amphibians, it makes them a good companion.

The most popular kind of red belly frogs is with lime green to dark green color and a notable red-orange underbelly. These frogs can live up to 10 years and over if handled with proper care. If you are planning to welcome red belly frogs as a pet, make sure to create a semi-aquatic tank.

Final Thoughts

There are more easy-to-care frogs out there. However, despite being low-maintenance, frogs are delicate too. So, you need to read everything about the frog pet you have in mind before welcoming one.

Also, taking care of frogs may require your patience and knowledge.

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