I'm new at the whole frog thing.
I have a Cuban TreeFrog in a 10 gallon tank.
It has a light on top
and I am watching the temp and humidity
I feed him approx. 3 crickets at night.
He has a little water tray.
I mist the tank in the morning and before I go to bed
He has plenty to climb on.
I change the bedding once a month.
does all that sound good enough or do I need to do more?
It all does sound good, but I have two additional questions…
1) What is the wattage of light and average temperature in the tank?
2) What kind of bedding are you using?
The wattage of most reptile bulbs supplied in pet stores is usually too high for frogs. It dries out their environment faster and increases the temperature to an unsafe level. If on average you are able to keep the tank between 65 and 80 with or without a light, your frog will be OK.
The best kind of bedding you can use is the bedding that comes in bricks. They are condensed bricks made of coconut shell usually. It looks like dirt once you add water for it to expand and hold humidity like no other bedding can.
I used to be a manager at a pet store and heard a lot of stories about people neglecting their pets or not taking care of them properly. Sounds like you are doing great though!