Frogs cannot give you warts. This is a myth that has been told for centuries that many have foolishly believed. Warts are benign squamous neoplasms, which can be caused by a virus. This virus can be only be passed from person to person, and frogs do not carry it.
Most people come in contact with the virus that causes warts without knowing it, for instance a person might come in contact with it by accidentally cutting himself on something or by accidentally touching a wart that is located on another person’s body. Most warts are easily treatable and nothing serious to fret about.
One might think that because a frog has lots of bumps on its skin, that it can spread warts. However this skin that the frog is equipped with is actually meant to camouflage these creatures during self defense and also releases a poison to its predators.