Prince's mom

Prince's mom

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First timer..He is 5 years old..
Spoiled rotten...loving life in tx
 

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Prince's mom

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Ink

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Cute tortoise!
 

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Wow! you went all out on that enclosure! Great job. I hope you won't be upset if I give you a few pointers. Since you have the great hiding space at the end of the enclosure, under the potted plants, get rid of the flower pot and half logs in the center of the enclosure. They're just taking up space. You can put a big rock or something there as a sight barrier. In fact, you can sink the waterer down into the substrate at that location. I know you put the tile down to keep the substrate off the food and water, but you can use that tile as the feeding station instead of the second plant saucer.

Have you given any thought to setting this guy up in a safe, outdoor space?
 

Prince's mom

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Wow! you went all out on that enclosure! Great job. I hope you won't be upset if I give you a few pointers. Since you have the great hiding space at the end of the enclosure, under the potted plants, get rid of the flower pot and half logs in the center of the enclosure. They're just taking up space. You can put a big rock or something there as a sight barrier. In fact, you can sink the waterer down into the substrate at that location. I know you put the tile down to keep the substrate off the food and water, but you can use that tile as the feeding station instead of the second plant saucer.

Have you given any thought to setting this guy up in a safe, outdoor space?
 

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Prince's mom

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I agree. I removed the pot when I realized that was space Prince could use. I remove his food dish after he finish his food. He use that space for basking along with his rock. The poses are adorable.
We're in north tx I want to have a raised bed for him because of insect and animal issues.. I plan to build one I am open to ideas and suggestions
 
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