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Newby here, I have gone from 0-5 tortoises in the past year: 2 Greek Spur thighed (now approx. 10 months old) purchased for my kids/ family. Living on table with cedar chips. 2 mature Spur thighed (aged 2 & 3yrs - doubt ages are accurate) - rescued. Living in viv- cedar chips. 1 Hermann's (approx. 10 months) - adopted. Living on table with tortoise substrate. Any advice or guidance welcome.
hiya could i have advise i have had a tortoise for a month and he has watery eyes and sleeping a lot and barley eating i’m really nervous because i’ve told it could be a respiratory issue but others have told me not to worry so could i have some help please. With the eating they’ve tried to eat but kept missing the food like they can’t see. Also if i wake them up they’ll walk around for a big then go back to sleep
Lyn W
Lyn W
Can you post this in the Introductions thread with pics of him and his enclosure and lamps etc ? He could be ill so please do that asap.
What species is he? This is the caresheet for the most common species in the UK with details of temps and diet etc
Lyn W
Lyn W
We can't give detailed answers here so post on the main forum to get help for you little guy.
I keep finding these white bugs in my redfoot tortoises water dish every morning anyone have an idea what they are and if they are harmful to my tortoise or his bio substrate?
How often do I feed my baby sulcata? I bought him at the pet store and she told me she couldn’t tell me how old he/she is. :(
Lyn W
Lyn W
Hi you'll get more responses to your post on the main forum and if you post pics you'll get feedback on how to keep him as safe and healthy as possible.
Torts must be fed everyday. They are grazers so need food available throughout the day so that they can go back to it when they want to. They must always have fresh water too.
Lyn W
Lyn W
AgataP
AgataP
Always provide breakfast and dinner and grazing food all day long. They eat eat eat and eat
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