There are many kinds of frogs. Despite popular belief, frogs do not spend their entire time in water and can survive with a minimal amount of it if they are not exposed to the sun. Frogs will hibernate in the winter and reemerge in the spring when the weather warms. Frogs need shallow areas to relax in so if you want them in your pond give them a place to live. If you want to provide winter quarters for your frogs place a pot of bare soil in the bottom of your pond or an area of loose sand nearby and they will head there for the winter. Frogs metabolism is much like fish except they are even more dormant during the cold months. If you live near a body of water the frogs will find your pond so be prepared to deal with them. These amphibians will stay around as long as they can easily find food.
The 3 most common are: