How Do You Clean Your Frogs Vivarium For A Healthy Pet And Beautiful Habitat?
Frogs require humid habitats, so their vivarium bedding and substrate will need frequent changing to prevent mold. Most frog caretakers will change their frogs vivarium bedding every 2-3 weeks, which is ideal. Learn how easy it is with this step-by-step guide of changing a tomato frog’s vivarium! Most frogs, especially the tomato frog, will become stressed during the vivarium cleaning. With this in mind, try to be quiet and gentle when cleaning the vivarium. To prepare, spread two large bath towels on the floor. Unwrap the new package of eco-bark or compressed coconut fiber bedding – and place it in your plastic container for soaking. Pour spring water over it until it loosens and becomes soft and flexible bedding for the vivarium. This may take 15 minutes or more. Lift the vivarium, place the tomato frog in his vivarium on the towels, next to your plastic container which will temporarily house the frog during the process. Carefully open the lid on the tomato frog’s vivarium, and scoop