Frog Log - Critter Rescue Ramp

Reg: $49.99
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Why are frogs drowning in your pool? Chlorine and saltwater pools are toxic to amphibians (frogs, toads, salamanders) because they absorb the chemicals through their permeable skin. Give lost critters an escape route from your pool with the Frog Log! The Frog Log works for frogs, chipmunks, lizards, bats, snakes, ducklings, birds, insects, mice, toads, salamanders, squirrels, bunnies and other small animals up to one pound.


Frog Log Benefits:

  • Saves native wildlife
  • Up to 98% effective
  • Easy to use
  • Keeps water cleaner
  • Reduces bacteria from dead animals
  • Reduces pool maintenance
  • A unique gift for pool owners 

To use: Place the floating platform in the water and the weighted fabric pouch on the pool deck. The FrogLog is not permanently attached and can be relocated or removed in seconds. Multiple FrogLogs can be used based on pool size and number of animals found in the pool. Animals instinctively swim to the edge of the pool and circle the edge, seeking a way out. The animal will bump into the FrogLog and climb out of the pool. For optimum performance, turn off your pump at night, when most animals are most active, so lost critters can find the Frog Log before getting drawn into the skimmer.

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  • 5

    Posted by Julia on 11th Jun 2018

    No more chipmunks drowning in the pool, best purchase every for the pool.

  • 5
    Time saver

    Posted by Jerry on 21st Jul 2017

    Works very well, no longer have to scope dead critters out of the pool. Lets the little critters get out of the pool.

  • 5

    Posted by Elena on 29th Jun 2017

    Got this a couple days ago and I've already seen frogs climbing out

  • 5
    So happy with this!

    Posted by Cheryl on 2nd May 2017

    I always felt so bad for all the frogs that get stuck in the pool, love that this gives the little guys a way to get out. Also less scooping out frogs for me!