We have gray tree frogs for sale at a lower price than usual. They are selected from the best breeders and individuals on the market. Our gray tree frogs are available for immediate shipment. You can order the best gray tree frog online here. We will provide you with all the information you need.
Our gray tree frogs for sale are shipped daily. If you have any questions or concerns about the gray tree frog, you can always contact us. We will address your concerns immediately.
Several types of frogs can be used as pet frogs. The gray tree frog is among the easiest to care for, making it one of the best frogs to buy for your children. You can place your order online here or write to us to speak to a representative. The gray tree can be found in most of the eastern half of the United States. The scientific name is Dryophytes versicolor.
The gray tree frog frogs for sale from us have been selected through our certified breeding program. This certification process allows us to offer our customers the healthiest captive-bred gray tree frogs at the lowest possible price available on the market. We ensure that the gray tree frog selected from various breeders and individuals meets the standards of those present in our facilities.
In addition to the fact that we offer a wide variety of gray tree frogs, you should know that the cool exotic pet-certified breeding partnership ensures that the frogs come from people who have the same approach to animal care and breeding as we do. That they are free of disease and, most importantly, they are raised in captivity according to the regulations in force because we put a bridge of honor on the rights of animals.
Buy a gray tree frog as a pet
Before buying a gray tree frog as pet, you should know. They don’t require much space at all, but they do enjoy having some room to roam. If you only have a couple of frogs, a 10 to the 15-gallon tank should suffice.
Remember, gray tree frogs live in shallow rivers and ponds. They also like to move into flooded forests during the rainy season. Deep tanks are not recommended.
To decorate your gray tree frog’s habitat, you can:
– Cover the bottom of the terrarium with 2 to 4 inches of coir or bark litter.
Frogs like to burrow in this. Pick up the droppings at least once a week and change the bedding completely once a month.
-Provide a large, shallow bowl of water for your pixie frog to soak in. You can also push the bedding to one side of the terrarium and let it slope down to an area of water.
-Line the terrarium with live or artificial branches for them to hide and climb.
Shipping gray tree frogs
Safe and prompt shipping is our number one priority. We make every effort to ensure your gray tree frog arrives healthy and is guaranteed to arrive alive. We have shipped thousands of gray tree frogs across the United States and around the world.
Our gray tree frog is double-packed in thermally insulated boxes. Our boxes are labeled “Fragile” and “Live Animals” to inform postal workers that animals should be handled with consideration.
We have shipped thousands of gray tree frogs, and we are extremely familiar with the procedure. You can be assured that all gray tree frogs will be transported safely and professionally.
We offer a 100% live arrival guarantee on all frogs we sell in stock. Our guarantee is not valid beyond the date of delivery as we are not able to handle the conditions of your aquarium or garden.
Frog orders placed Monday through Thursday before 1:00 pm are shipped the same day via FedEx. Live animal orders placed after 1:00 pm are shipped the next day. Orders placed between Friday and Sunday are shipped the following Monday.
It is normal for your frog to feel a little nervous after receiving it, but this is only temporary, and the frog will begin to explore its new environment in minimal time.
Be sure to turn off the lights in the aquarium for at least the first 24 hours to allow the animal to adjust to its new environment after being kept in a dark cage, and make sure that the aquarium filter flow is not too intense for aquatic frogs.
Froglets are extremely resilient animals when shipped. Even if they are delayed, well-cared-for frogs like ours will still be alive and well.
feeding the frog upon arrival
If you are the first to receive your pet, it is recommended that you feed lighter, more digestible foods to allow the digestive system to resume its normal functions. Insects and small lizards are among the most popular foods for delivered frogs.
It is unusual for the frog to be so exhausted that it refuses to eat. However, if this happens, alternative foods can be provided to your frog. For example, chopped nocturnal, pellets, or even chopped nocturnal.
Do not give the animal more than it can eat and do not leave unfinished food in its tank or container.