African Dwarf Frog
I am currently cycling a new, 5.5 gallon aquarium for my betta and my mystery snail. I had my water tested today and everything is looking perfect, so they will be moving into their new home within the next few days!! My question is, would adding an african dwarf frog be a good idea? I have read that they make good tank mates for bettas, depending on the personality and aggression of the betta. I would describe my betta as very inquisitive and active, but not overly aggressive. My tank is well-planted with 90% live plants. I have built a few little caves out of rocks, so there are plenty of little nooks and crannies for hiding.
I have read that one of the biggests risks is that the betta will eat the frog's food before the frog can get to it, eventually starving the frog. So, if I am cautious about that and feed the frog either by hand or by a pipette, would this be a good (safe) addition?
Also, would it be best to introduce them to the tank at the same time to prevent aggression?