Acquired: Online breeder / seller
Posted May 19, 2014
My time with this frog was pretty good overall. It was not particularly easy going and would try to avoid getting picked up at all costs. I was usually able to get a grip on it, but it was far from cooperative like some of my other amphibians.
My Amazon milk frog surpisingly did spend a considerable amount of time moving around/visible during the day, so that sort of makes up for it's misbehaving while being handled.
Would I buy another Milk frog? Probably, but I would like to handle it before I made the purchase. Being able to pet and touch animals makes them much better pets for me.
These milk frogs are easy enough to take care of and don't have a lot of special needs (at least mine didn't). They make decent pets, even though they aren't the prettiest frogs.