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03-04-2012, 09:29 PM #1Junior Member Guppy
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Betta Fish and African Dwarf Frogs
I just bought my betta a 3 gallon tank to swim around in. Now I'm wondering if I can let two african dwarf frogs live with it. I have heard they don't fight. Any suggestions?
03-04-2012, 09:34 PM #2
I've heard that bettas and ADFs can live together, but I would get a bigger tank (at least 5 gallons) also, ADFs have to be target fed so bettas don't sreal their food.American League Champions! TIGERS!
03-05-2012, 03:00 AM #3
+1 to the bigger tank. The frogs like to have lots of swimming room, and that's hard to get in a 3gal with a betta friend. If you have a smart frog and a lucky match with the betta, you can get a hermit crab bathing dish or a reptile water dish, and use that as a food dish for the frogs. They can then be trained to go to the dish for feeding time, and then feeding is easy, feed the betta, lure him away from area, drop frog food in. Or you can target feed as stated above. I do it my way.