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  • Little friends in the woods #cutetoad 
PD: like if you can see the toad 🤣.
  • Little friends in the woods #cutetoad
    PD: like if you can see the toad 🤣.
  •  16  8  11 June, 2019
  • Found a little toad dude in my flowers to be planted! 😸😍🐸
  • Found a little toad dude in my flowers to be planted! 😸😍🐸
  •  24  3  25 May, 2019
  • A little Oak Toad on my fingertip. When I was a kid I thought these were baby toads, and always tried to catch them- in fact they are just tiny at .75-1.5". And unfortunately for the toad, I still interrupt their day by picking them up.
  • A little Oak Toad on my fingertip. When I was a kid I thought these were baby toads, and always tried to catch them- in fact they are just tiny at .75-1.5". And unfortunately for the toad, I still interrupt their day by picking them up.
  •  263  17  23 May, 2019
  • We are just a regular animal sanctuary here! #cutetoad
  • We are just a regular animal sanctuary here! #cutetoad
  •  0  0  16 May, 2019
  • Freddie wanting attention 😍 - - - -

As Ive had Freddie longer than Fiona by about a month, she was the first to become used to me. As her personality developed, I found that she is more extroverted than Fiona, sassy (even demanding at times), and she sure knows what she wants. She'll stomp her paw down in protest sometimes if food doesn't appear out of the sky quick enough, but she also helped Fiona develop her personality and feel comfortable as well. 
Keeping these guys at first, I kept Freddie in an old plastic enclosure I used to keep garter snakes and other toads in many years ago. With Fiona, she was very tiny at first (about the size of a nickel) and so I didn't put her in with Freddie right away. Freddie was big enough to take a jab at Fiona and possibly do some serious damage so I kept them in separate enclosures to ensure food distribution was even and territorialism or fights didn't break out. For the first 5 or 6 months, they didn't really know each other and any attempt to introduce them was very brief. 
Fiona has always been the more scared and shy one. She's cautious, and now very food motivated, but other than that, she shows little interest in other things. When I had finally finished putting together the new enclosure, I put Fiona in first, to make sure she could stake a claim wherever she wanted to and she could be more comfortable. When Freddie finally moved in, Fiona was confident in her hiding ability in this new environment. They seemed to not care much for each other but tolerated the other's presence. Now the longer they've been together, the more I see them not only comfortable with each other but also taking comfort in each other and learning from each other. Fiona learned some of Freddie's confidence very quickly, and now she even comes out to say hi or ask for food. 
#toad #toads #shytoad #closeup #pettoad #americantoad #toadsofinstagram #cute #cutetoad #cuteanimals #terrarium #vivarium #pet #pets #petofinsta #freddieandfionatoads
  • Freddie wanting attention 😍 - - - -

    As Ive had Freddie longer than Fiona by about a month, she was the first to become used to me. As her personality developed, I found that she is more extroverted than Fiona, sassy (even demanding at times), and she sure knows what she wants. She'll stomp her paw down in protest sometimes if food doesn't appear out of the sky quick enough, but she also helped Fiona develop her personality and feel comfortable as well.
    Keeping these guys at first, I kept Freddie in an old plastic enclosure I used to keep garter snakes and other toads in many years ago. With Fiona, she was very tiny at first (about the size of a nickel) and so I didn't put her in with Freddie right away. Freddie was big enough to take a jab at Fiona and possibly do some serious damage so I kept them in separate enclosures to ensure food distribution was even and territorialism or fights didn't break out. For the first 5 or 6 months, they didn't really know each other and any attempt to introduce them was very brief.
    Fiona has always been the more scared and shy one. She's cautious, and now very food motivated, but other than that, she shows little interest in other things. When I had finally finished putting together the new enclosure, I put Fiona in first, to make sure she could stake a claim wherever she wanted to and she could be more comfortable. When Freddie finally moved in, Fiona was confident in her hiding ability in this new environment. They seemed to not care much for each other but tolerated the other's presence. Now the longer they've been together, the more I see them not only comfortable with each other but also taking comfort in each other and learning from each other. Fiona learned some of Freddie's confidence very quickly, and now she even comes out to say hi or ask for food.
    #toad #toads #shytoad #closeup #pettoad #americantoad #toadsofinstagram #cute #cutetoad #cuteanimals #terrarium #vivarium #pet #pets #petofinsta #freddieandfionatoads
  •  13  0  16 May, 2019

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  • Three toad harvest day!  Three that I had eyes on - farm family saw about 6. Only two pictured. I’m frustrated with the picture of the one in the hands - he was the cutest toad I’ve ever seen. Maybe. Anyway, he was super cute and the junior farmer was holding him and that was cute, but he jumped away before I could get proper focus. But seriously: #cutetoad. The third guy (not pictured) visited us in the barn while we washed beets. He was also cute - but big - clearly an old timer doing the rounds. I picked him up like I have done with literally 1000 other toads and he made all this fuss croaking and kicking his feet. I’ve never had a toad croak at me before!! Anyway, I love and respect him and hope he’ll forgive me the indignity of picking him up and will come back to visit us next late packing night... .#toadadventures #toadsafety #toadadoration #sustainableagriculture #gratitude
  • Three toad harvest day! Three that I had eyes on - farm family saw about 6. Only two pictured. I’m frustrated with the picture of the one in the hands - he was the cutest toad I’ve ever seen. Maybe. Anyway, he was super cute and the junior farmer was holding him and that was cute, but he jumped away before I could get proper focus. But seriously: #cutetoad. The third guy (not pictured) visited us in the barn while we washed beets. He was also cute - but big - clearly an old timer doing the rounds. I picked him up like I have done with literally 1000 other toads and he made all this fuss croaking and kicking his feet. I’ve never had a toad croak at me before!! Anyway, I love and respect him and hope he’ll forgive me the indignity of picking him up and will come back to visit us next late packing night... . #toadadventures #toadsafety #toadadoration #sustainableagriculture #gratitude
  •  17  1  4 May, 2019
  • A little Oak Toad on my fingertip. When I was a kid I thought these were baby toads, and always tried to catch them- in fact they are just tiny at .75-1.5". And unfortunately for the toad, I still interrupt their day by picking them up.
  • A little Oak Toad on my fingertip. When I was a kid I thought these were baby toads, and always tried to catch them- in fact they are just tiny at .75-1.5". And unfortunately for the toad, I still interrupt their day by picking them up.
  •  263  17  23 May, 2019