So I recently got a new tank mate for one of my bettas named Zeus. He is the only betta with the temperament to have tank mates. I thought I would give him a sturdier friend seeing as his ghost shrimp keep dying of old age (He's only had 2 and every time one would pass he would get pretty sad and lethargic in his absence)
I got him an African Dwarf Frog, however much like my first betta, this frog was also an impulse buy. I am hoping I can get some tips on taking care of this frog. I've introduced her to the tank and Zeus, beside a very gentle (and I do mean gentle, "boop I touched your nose" pat on its head), Zeus really loves his new friend, so I want to make sure the frog is alright.
Zeus is in a divided 10 gallon tank, cycled, Heated, and "semi planted"... It has a lot of live plants but they are planted onto driftwood and rocks because I have an under gravel filter. Zeus has 6 gallons to play and share, while his neighbor Mercury (female crowntail) has about 4 gallons.
No ammonia, no nitrates or nitrites. I just need tips on what a healthy ADF looks like. Here are some pics of mine... I know that it is a girl, her name is Leto.