Dumpy Tree Frog for Sale?

Whites Dumpy tree frogs are adorable amphibians that can bring color and excitement to any home. They can be rather friendly and like to climb, croak, and ribbit to their hearts content. White’s Dumpy Tree Frogs-like most tree frogs-are nocturnal, becoming very active and vocal at night. They can grow somewhere between 3-5in length (with males being larger) and live up to 8-10 years with proper care. A happy, healthy frog is generally active at night, alert, has crystal clear eyes, healthy-looking skin, and eats normally while also keeping its weight. Please call ahead to the store location you are planning on visiting to confirm that White’s Dumpy Tree Frogs for sale will be available.

Can you hold a dumpy tree frog?

While White’s tree frogs are docile, too much handling can be damaging to the skin of most amphibians because of the oils on our hands. Be sure to only handle White’s tree frogs with gloved hands.

Are dumpy tree frogs good for beginners?

Its skin also has a waxy coating that allows it to tolerate more arid conditions than other common tree frog species, making it a better match for home environments. A White’s tree frog is a good choice for a beginning frog owner.

How much is a tree frog worth?

They exhibit the characteristics that typify a frog, so they won’t disappoint. At Petco.com[1] , an African dwarf frog costs under $3 while a Whites tree frog costs $23 at PetSolutions.com[2] . More exotic frogs, like the red eyed tree frog and the green and black auratus dart frog, cost $60 or $70 at the same site.

Looking to purchase one of the best ‘first pet frogs’ out there? Look no further for healthy, captive bred White’s Tree Frogs! These large, dumpy frogs are easy to care for and handle. Plus, they’re available at a low price from Josh’s Frogs!

We have captive bred Whites Tree frogs for sale at insane prices. This large Australian amphibian is a docile pet and attains an impressive snout to vent length of 4″+.

We are reptile enthusiasts who believe captive breeding is integral to the future of the market, as it not only helps protect wild herp populations, but is an incredibly rewarding experience that tends to intensify one’s passion for these amazing prehistoric creatures. We are reptile enthusiasts who believe captive breeding is integral to the future of the market, as it not only helps protect wild herp populations, but is an incredibly rewarding experience that tends to intensify one’s passion for these amazing prehistoric creatures.