Monday, May 16, 2011

Summer Blogoversary~ Wild Creations EcoAquarium

I have to start by telling you this was my most fun and simple review. Wild Creations is best known for its award-winning EcoAquarium, is eager to expand young minds with smart ways to play! The Myrtle Beach-based company is grounded in an understanding of the interconnection of the earth and the cosmos with a profound reverence for animals, plants, soil, water and air.

Wild Creations has some wildly fun and creative toys. My boys are getting harder and harder to buy for with each passing year. I already have Wild Creations bookmarked for some holiday shopping this year! Besides the cool toys Wild Creation has the incredibly awesome EcoAquarium.

The company’s best-selling EcoAquarium comes with two African Dwarf Frogs that are both simple to take care of and fun to watch. The EcoAquarium is available in three styles.
I have to tell you I could not ask for a simpler pet to take care of. Trust me if your children are begging for a pet, but you don't want to take on the responsibility, get them an EcoAquarium.

We have had our EcoAquarium for two months now and the dwarf frogs are still alive and healthy. We don't have to clean the tank weekly or even monthly. Each EcoAquarium is a self-contained ecosystem, with “Living Gravel” that acts as a natural filter system cleaning and conditioning the water. No additional chemicals or filters are needed. Maintenance includes twice weekly feeding for frogs, and water changes every three months with bottled spring water. Really it doesn't get any more simple then that!

Our Dwarf Frogs classic kit arrived over night, included with, living gravel, decorative gravel, bamboo, decorative base and one-year frog food supply.

Initial setup is easy, takes 15-20 minutes and requires only bottled spring water. We bought a 59 cent gallon of spring water the day before the frogs arrived so we were prepared. I added the living gravel, the decorative gravel, placed in the rock and bamboo to my kids liking, and added water. I tried to let the frogs sit on top of the water to adjust but the bag was to big. So I just placed them right in being careful not to mix the fresh water with the bagged water.

The Dwarf frogs have been thriving since day one, the small aquarium looks great on top of my computer desk, and my kids love to learn and watch the frogs interact. Rest assured the two unique African dwarf frogs, will not outgrow the aquarium.

Fun African Dwarf Frog facts:

Indigenous to the Congo region in Africa

All Wild Creations frogs are bred domestically

Due to environmental issues, few African Dwarf Frogs exist in nature

Responsible pet ownership may have saved them from extinction

Aquariums replicate natural conditions for the frogs

Buy It: The EcoAqaurium is a great choice the next time those kids are begging for a pet. Teaching them about the environment, animals and responsibility, while living almost no work up to Mom or Dad.

This was not a paid post and honest opinions were used. Products in this review were provided to me free of cost by manufacturer or Pr agency for review only and in no way influence my opinion. My opinions however are mine and yours may differ. Full disclosure always located in nav bar


Emmi said...Best Blogger Tips[Reply to comment]Best Blogger Templates

this is too cute. my kids would love it!

JR911 said...Best Blogger Tips[Reply to comment]Best Blogger Templates

My son would love it....too expensive for me at $30, but a great idea.

Terra H. said...Best Blogger Tips[Reply to comment]Best Blogger Templates

My son got one of these for Christmas a couple of years ago. He really loved it. There were two African Dwarf Frogs in it and they lasted a year. I'll probably buy him another for his birthday.

Melissa G. said...Best Blogger Tips[Reply to comment]Best Blogger Templates

This looks like a fun learning experiance for my boys! I'm sure they would love it!

Anonymous said...Best Blogger Tips[Reply to comment]Best Blogger Templates

I have had my two frogs for about 2 1/2 years now. They are the best. I have just ordered two more. They sit at my desk in my office and I have even taught them to come when I tap ever so lightly in the tank. They really like a treat of blood worms or brine shrimp occasionally but mostly I feed them the pellets that came with them. I did purchase a larger aquarium from a local pet store. I just got a small plastic animal container. These girls don't jump out so I don't have to worry about a top. They do like to have attention. I would highly reccomend them for anyone.

75 gallon aquarium said...Best Blogger Tips[Reply to comment]Best Blogger Templates

this is too cute. I love it!

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