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Redfoots are fairly easy to come by in Canada. In fact, if you search Kijiji you will definitely find one. As another poster stated, it wouldn't be cost effective to buy one from the States and jump through the hoops that you have to, to bring one into the country.
My first thought when I saw this was Papiloma virus, not sure if torts can get this but I am assuming so. A vet should be able to tell you for sure. There was a terrible strain of this a few years ago going around and it killed a few pups that contracted it. If you have any other torts I...
[email protected] you, lol. j/k :D:D, that is the reason for this post because I was having doubts as to whether I had one of each.
I would have thought Rice would have 'showed himself' by now!!!
Still waiting for Dan's reply :rolleyes:
I was going to update an earlier post with pics in order that people can compare the difference since I posted back in 2009 to now but that thread has been closed!! The original thread can be found here:
here are the updated pics:
My indoor enclosure is roughly 6 x 2. Two thirds of the enclosure is coconut coir and a layer of cypress mulch on top to which I add water every so often. On the remainder of the enclosure I have shavings. One of my IS prefers to bury in the shavings the other is in the otherside under some...
Hi, and welcome Jim
It really is next to impossible to import torts across the border.
Depending on which species of tort you are looking for will depend on whether they are available in Canada. There are very few breeders in Canada of torts but the most common species are Red Foots...
There is general no certification or paperwork given with torts purchased in Canada.
I don't believe I have ever seen a Hermanns for sale in Ontario. I would ensure you advise Big Al's that they are selling Greeks and not Hermanns. Greeks are also hard to come by in Canada but not...
Onarock, I have that book. I didn't say I agree with his conclusions, lol and because of that it is good to see pics yearly to see how they are progressing. The smaller one I was on the fence about it's sex and still kind of am.
I would like to see a pic a year from now.