Too soon to know. The weather changed & I closed my pool but next year it’ll be in use. My daughter had 2 for her pool & highly recommended it to me. No more fishing out dead squirrels, frogs etc. I’m sure I’ll love it as much as my daughter does. Thank you
Since placing the frog log at the edge of my pool I’ve had no more frogs drowning. It seems like it will last a long while and was very easy to set up.
Frogs are rare in my pool. Although dead rats and lizards are more often but random, I cannot tell how effective it is. That said, there have been few but i cannot tell if it is because of the end of summer or the froglog. At least we are trying to save lives!
Bought 2 as a replacement for a previously owned Frog Log. They work as described.
At the Columbus Botanical Garden, we had a number of frogs and turtles get into our water features this spring. Due to the construct, there were really no ways for them to escape. There were several places where the rock had tiny outcroppings and the frogs were huddled together there to get out of the water and rest. While I was looking for a more natural looking flotation type device, I decided to give the Frog Log a try.
Within days, frogs were regularly using the Frog Log to exit the water feature, and even the Eastern Yellow Bellied Slider that we've named Penelope has been seen frequently enjoying the Georgia sunshine on the Frog Log.
We are so happy with this solution, as are our guests!
I mentioned that we didn’t receive the rock packages we had originally ordered, and was immediately rewarded with an email promising rocks asap! Thank you FL!! Soon, we’ll be able to get back to saving our little pool critters…and enjoying a critter-free dip! Cheers FrogLog!