I got her in a big indoor enclosure this picture was taking outside in my small fall outdoor enclosures , took me a few days but I finally got the humidity rightWelcome.
He/She looks pretty good right now, but will need to be housed in a much larger enclosure. One that can hold humidity.
humidity is important. You want above 75% humidity for a Redfoot.
Getting the humidity to hold at the right level is a big deal. Everything else you encounter will be simpler now.I got her in a big indoor enclosure this picture was taking outside in my small fall outdoor enclosures , took me a few days but I finally got the humidity right
IShe's very smooth, it looks like she was brought up well. I've only paid for one of my tortoises here in OR, my Ruby was $100, the rest have all been dumped on my by people who wouldn't care properly for them in this climate.
I added some hard boiled eggs to her dinner tonight and she's loving it. I got a list printed out on my fridge of all the foods for red foots
I feed boiled eggs, chicken, and earth worms for protein. My guys also all go bonkers for Mazuri kibble (the original, not the LS) and pretty much any fruit makes them think it's Christmas morning. Spoiled monsters. I like the flexibility in their diet compared other torts who are strict herbivores.
Ya her shells in great condition so I didn't mind paying $250 they wanted $350 and took 100 off for us, it was a reptile store in Denver Co. We love her so much already , she's got a great personality very friendly just calm sweet.She is absolutely beautiful! No pyramiding whatsoever!! Looks healthy to me, but I've never owned an RF.