Hol-ee Roller Tortoise Foraging Toy
Use a Hol-ee Roller dog toy as a foraging toy for your tortoise! Get a Hol-ee Roller that is a good size for your tortoise. Prepare your tortoise's leafy greens and stuff them into the dog toy. Put th
Planting things that overhang along the edges of a habitat are great for providing your tortoise with more to eat, but be careful that they can't use the foliage to climb out.
Russian Tortoises as Pets. Russian Tortoise: Facts and Information. Daily Care, Pro's and Cons, Cages, Costs, Diet, Breeding All Covered
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MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25th 2013 How to protect your plants from being eaten to the ground Our big sulcatas will quickly eat elephant grass and hibiscus to the ground. In an effort to have plants establish, we build boxes out of 4x4 posts and 2x4 boards. You can see that our little sulcata burrowed his way in/out at the front right corner. The box can be moved to allow the tortoises to eat part of the plant... And the big guys can reach up to get the hibiscus leaves that are hanging over the edge…
Review: Boomer & George Log Cabin Dog House (for a Red Foot and Sulcata Tortoises) » Balancing Act
After spending countless hours reviewing dog houses to purchase as an outdoor shelter for our Red Foot and Sulcata Tortoises, I’ve narrowed it down to Boomer & George Log Cabin Dog House vs. Precision Extreme Outdoor Dog House. I decided against the Precision dog house and purchased the Boomer & George dog house because it […]
How to Take Care of a Russian Tortoise
Russian Tortoises make great pets. They're only about , making them a great beginner reptile. However, they can't be raised with ignorance, and with their long life, they need to be taken care of properly in the long run. Russian tortoises...