I made a new thread because I wasn't sure if the old one would draw attention. let me know if that isn't okay. Go look at "poor pacmans!" if you are lost
I went back to the pet store to check on the frogs and tell the people that they are hurting them. The green one was still there and the tank looked much better. I didn't recognize the people up front but one of the employees whose been there a long time was in the back I told her about the other day and she agreed with me. She told me they have new employees who don't know anything. She seemed really angry when she was talking about them. She said that the albino one died due to the water. She told me she would let the managers know that I complained that a way they can better take care of the problem. This pet store usually is an alright store so I'm glad I got to talk to her about it.
I went ahead and took the green one home I'll post pictures below. The girl explained to me how to look for signs of being too wet or too dry but I'm still a little unsure of what that will look like. The girl at the front desk (who may be the bad egg) squirted the frog with water hardcore and I told her to stop. The other girl turned the corner and I looked at her with big eyes so she kept an eye on how the bad egg was going to send the frog with me. She got out a brown paper bad and was about to put it inside! The helpful girl ran to us and stopped her and told her how the bad would hurt its skin.
The helpful girl has given me good advice with other animals in the past so I do trust her, but it sounds like they have a lot of knuckle heads working there now. The problem is there are worse stores in my area - guess I'll be online shopping from now on.
I put him or her in the 20 high for now but I plan on keeping a very close eye on it. If it seems stressed and doesn't eat for me I will move it to something smaller.
Here it is! There's a reptile vet near me so a check up may be in order just incase (are froggy check ups expensive?)