One Frog Died

One Frog Died

African dwarf frogs are social animals and while they are able to survive by themselves, we do recommend purchasing a new frog.
Here are a couple of options:

If you recently purchased your frog from a local retailer:  Froggy's Lair encourages our retailers to have a generous frog warranty policy. Please check with your local store on their frog warranty policy.

If you recently purchased your frog from Froggys Lair:  It can take up to two weeks for your frogs to recover from shipping stress and "settle" into their new home.  If they do not survive that period, we will issue you a gift certificate to get an African Dwarf Frog locally.
Complete Frog Loss Form to start the replacement process here >

If your warranty period has expired:  Froggy's Lair does sell replacement frogs for $5.00, but the shipping would be over $40 to safely pack and ship the frog.  This is definitely an option, but PetCo and Petsmart also sell African Dwarf frogs from our breeder.  This option will also allow you to personally choose your new frog!

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