Post by FrogCity Webmiss on Feb 3, 2007 19:40:25 GMT -5
Depending on the weather, it could take up to two years! Bullfrogs take a really long time to develop. As long as you're feeding him and keeping his water clean he should be okay, but it may take a while. Warmer weather might make him grow faster, but it just depends. Good luck.
i just bought two bullfrog tadpoles, the guy at the pet store said they are going to be sproating legs soon. i don't know. i also heard a full grown frog can eat fish too. and if i get a mouse for my frog do i just dump it into the water or what or put it on the frogs resting stand. i just have so many questions please write me back
Post by FrogCity Webmiss on May 22, 2007 14:50:24 GMT -5
I didn't know pet stores sold bullfrogs. They're going to get huge! I used to have two bullfrogs.
How big are they? They may sprout legs soon (the back legs will come in first), but it can actually take up to two years for bullfrogs to fully develop though I suspect it's quicker in captivity because they don't have the water freezing and such...
If you feed them mice, put it on land. It could drown in the water and more than likely, the frogs won't eat anything dead.
my tadpoles both have sprouted their back legs. the back legs are protuding their sides they have knees and all they are as long as my hand.i have them in with some goldfish and my goldfish keep dieing is it from the tadpoles or am idoing something wrong by putting them together. thanxs for answering my questions
Post by FrogCity Webmiss on Jun 8, 2007 18:09:53 GMT -5
Great! Sounds like they're healthy so far.
I wouldn't mix the goldfish and the tadpoles. It's definently possible that having them live in each others water could cause problems. How big is the tank they're in? Do you have a filtering system in it? Also, once the frogs are grown and start eating, they will probably eat the goldfish.