I'm new at this, but let me tell you some of what I've learned already. . .
I've seen albino ACF AND albino ADF! If the frogs are already 2 inches in length, they probably WERE
ACF, as ADF are usually smaller than that (1.5 inches, though you might see a larger female crack the two inch mark, from what I've read it's not the norm) MINE is even smaller, (but already growing) I guess h/she is still young. You can tell the difference between a CLAWED and a DWARF by looking at their 'hands' The clawed frogs don't have webbing
between their 'fingers,' while the dwarfs have webbing on both their 'hands' AND their 'feet
' Also the clawed frogs have a claw on their foot!
From what I've read elsewhere, PetCO does stock both. But around HERE
petSMART only has the dwarves. They're a huge chain, so my assumption would be that they all have more or less the same stock, so when you build your funds back up, give them a try. You could always save yourself the trip and call them, too!
Sucks about your laptop. . . but to give you an idea of what you'll spend if you go to PetSMART (I'm sure prices vary by area, but just to give you an idea). my frog cost only $2.99, the pellets also cost $2.99. I have a hard time figuring out if my frog is eating the pellets (they blend in with the gravel, and he's in there with fish), so I don't try to feed them to him very often. This wouldn't be so much of an issue if you have ONLY a frog to feed. If he was getting them every day or every other day, he requires so little to sustain that this small jar would last for months.
The frozen bloodworms cost around $4 for a frozen packet of 30 little 'cubes' The frog only gets a half of a cube (he probably only NEEDS a quarter of one for the size he is, but again, I have other fish to deal with who steal from him, so I add extra for them) Still $4 for 2 months + of food isn't really a huge expense! I also got frozen brineshrimp (which was recommended by Petsmart employee, but not nearly as nutritious for the frog according to Gizmo the Guru) also for $4. It may not be necessary, but I'm still giving him those from time to time. He really likes both the shrimp AND the bloodworms.
So, basically, since you already have a tank, you could really get the frog AND enough food for a couple of months for only around $7-$10 dollars!
I hope that helped you out! You'll have to update when you do finally get your little buddy!