I've recently become a new caretaker of my fiance's 20+ year old African Clawed Frog, Tippy, that we have taken responsibility of. Tippy came from a Grow-a-Frog kit that my fiance did when she was little. The unfortunate part is that Tippy has spent his (assuming based on nightly croaking) entire life in about 1 gallon tank, without a filter, that has been getting regular full water changes every few weeks. He has a single rock as substrate, and gets fed ReptoMin floating food sticks daily. Upon taking ownership of Tippy I did some research to quickly find out he's been living in a much too small tank and is deserving of some territory to swim in. In a bit of an impulse I bought a 10 Gallon tank, filled it 3/4 way up, got a few rocks, a shelter, and treated it for chlorination. I have not moved Tippy to his new habitat because I've been doing more reading and am now concerned about whether or not I need to cycle the tank and take more precautions to ensure his continued survival in moving from a 1 gal tank to a 10 gallon tank. I'm hoping to see him thrive and enjoy his new space, so I'd greatly appreciate any helpful tips on what I should do to ensure a smooth transition. I've already ordered a testing kit and some basics for water changing. I'm now in need of specifically knowing what I should to prepare the tank before transfer. Should I do a fishless cycle? Is it necessary? Should I be concerned about switching over water in his far too small tank? (The refill of water is now city water instead of from a suburb where he resided for his life so far) Should I add a filter? Heater? (he's never had either of this in his small tank for entire life so far) Thanks in advance!