Post by FrogCity Webmiss on Sept 23, 2006 10:32:17 GMT -5
First off welcome, not only to Frog City but to the wonderful world of frogs. There's a page on raising tadpoles on the site and that should give you just about all the info you need until it reaches adult hood.
I actually kept two adult bullfrogs for a short bit, but then realized the aquarium was nowhere near big enough to house them and they needed a LOT more food than I could give.
They'll eat crickets and all when they're young, but once they're full size they eat smaller frogs and mice and such, so they can be a little hard to care for. Hope it all works out, if you have any more questions feel free to ask.
When he's an adult frog... he'll probably need a pretty big space... People usually release them into the wild, if you had a pond that would be ideal, but I don't know. I'd at least try for a 30 gallon tank or bigger, for full size at least. They get pretty big and do a LOT of swimming.