What if my frog dies? Froggy's Warranty
African Dwarf Frogs have a average life span of 6 years or more.
Frog Warranty Shipped from Online Store:
Froggy's Lair takes great care to ensure that the frogs you order arrive safely and in healthy condition. If regrettably your frog(s) arrives deceased, we will issue you a gift certificate to get an African Dwarf Frog locally to you. Upon arrival, 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 the two week settling in period, we will issue you a gift certificate to get an African Dwarf Frog locally to you.
Frog Warranty Purchased at a Retail Store:
Froggy's Lair encourages our retailers to have generous frog warranty policy. Please check with your local store on their frog warranty policy.
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 ...
One Frog Eating More Than Another
African Dwarf Frogs are known to typically have poor eyesight - and tend to be bottom feeders. The pellets are created so that they will sink. On occasion, one frog may have a keener sense than the other. We recommend that you put up to 6 pellets in ...
There’s nothing more rewarding than helping deserving frogs find their loving forever homes. So why not commemorate the occasion? Download Froggy's Lair Adoption Certificates. Download the attached PDF and print for your customers!
If the plant in your tank turns yellow, it's most likely that the plant has died. For the safety of the BioSphere, you want to remove the plant immediately. The plant can be easily removed from the tank by gently pulling it straight up. While the ...
We are regularly asked about our BioSphere sizes for these crazy, amazing critters! We love these frogs and appreciate folks' concerns about their care and habitat. African Dwarf Frogs are Amphibians - not Fish. Many folks (and web sites) reference ...