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Have a Healthy Red Eyed Frog with Few Tips

By Redeyed Subscribe to RSS | February 2nd 2012 | Views:

Red eyed frog can always be an excellent pet. They are medium sized frog, and known as Agalychnis callidryas. With only nominal care is needed, they do well and are suggested for beginner pet frog owners. An inhabitant to Southern Mexico, Central America and Northern Columbia, this amphibian usually has bright green color skin, blue or purple ribs with white side strips, ruby red eyes and orange toes.

The best way to keep your red eyed frog healthy is to provide it with a hygienic environment. The red eyed tree frog has very susceptible, delicate skin that assists it in breathing. The skin is very vulnerable to infection due to its porous nature. When you have a tree frog for a pet, guarantee that its environment is clean and that their territory has the proper temperature and humidity settings. In addition, make sure that the frog is rendered with clean water and is fed well.

To keep your red eyed frog healthy and happy, make sure you clean their tank frequently. Wash everything with water, eliminate any dead plants and replace moss that has collected mold or mildew. Clean or replace gravel, if you use this as a substrate. If you have plastic plants, logs or rocks, clean these thoroughly as well. Remove any insect remnants. Clean the red eyed tree frog’s water container and restore it with clean, chlorine-free water.

Water should actually be changed at least every other day. For maximum sanitation, replace their water with fresh every day. They rely on water to keep their skin hydrated and it is basically important to take all measures essential to keep their skin healthy.

In order to keep your red eyed frog healthy, you must sustain the correct temperature and humidity settings in their habitat. The temperature should remain between 75o-85o during the day and 65o-75o at night. The humidity level should be at 80%. You can increase the humidity level or keep it steady by misting the tank with a spray bottle of water on a daily basis.

Abstain from handling your red eyed frog, as their skin is very frail and sensitive. If you must handle them, wash your hands with an antibacterial soap and rinse thoroughly. Any dirt, debris or bacteria present on your hands can be easily absorbed into the frog’s skin and result in a possibly life-threatening infection. Simply feeding your red eyed tree frog with crickets is not enough for their proper nutrition. Crickets should be loaded before being fed to your frog. There are vitamin supplements available in pellet form that can be fed to the crickets 24 to 48 hours prior to feeding them to the frog. A calcium powder can be used to dust the crickets as well. Treat your frog with occasional wax worms or meal worms. Their staple diet should be crickets, but feeding them a variety will make them happier. In addition to food, it is vital to provide your red eyed tree frog with fresh water frequently, rather daily.

If you follow these steps, you can keep your red eyed tree frog healthy and happy. They will prosper in a clean environment and when they have the nutritional balance required. The red eyed tree frog will remain healthy if cared for properly and provided with a suitable habitat.

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The author of this article is a red eyed frog enthusiast, learn red eyed tree frog habitat, health, food feeding, care sheet & much more with practical tips and tricks here.

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