Keeping a well-balanced diet for your turtle is essential. We recommend using a variety of items to feed your turtle. In the wild, these turtles are carnivorous and believed to primarily feed on aquatic insects, crustaceans, and mollusks. We recommend using commercial turtle pellets to ensure they are receiving the right amount of nutrition. The diet should be balanced and include a variety of protein sources.
You can feed the Pink belly turtle cuts of fish or any other type of seafood but avoid shrimp. It can be easier to utilize a feeding tank. They can be messy eaters. Is not uncommon for these types of turtles to enjoy earthworms or goldfish as treats. Fresh chlorine free water needs to be available for drinking at all times. You can set up a feeding schedule and most will need to be fed 3 to 4 times a week. Most of the time your turtle will need to be fed while they are in the water.
Turtle store offers the best tortoises and turtles for sale!
Here at the turtle store, we offer a wide variety of aquatic turtles for sale. Some of our most popular water turtles for sale include Slider turtles for sale, and mud turtles for sale. In addition to these freshwater turtles for sale, we also offer pond turtles for sale. Pond turtles include species like the 3 striped mud turtle, musk turtles, and rarer stuff like an Albino slider turtle, or a lemon lime red eared slider turtle for sale.
Captive bred real turtles for sale online
All of the baby turtles for sale and adult turtle for sale here at the turtle store are 100% captive bred. Our baby turtle for sale inventory includes some of the most colorful, hand-raised captive-bred turtles for sale you will ever find. Our on-site biologist works with our box turtles for sale as well as our water turtles daily and oversees care and breeding. Like all of our reptiles, our turtles both baby box turtle and water turtles come with a full health guarantee. The turtle store customer care team is available nearly round the clock via email to answer any questions you may have regarding the care of your new animal. If you’re also considering a tortoise for sale, check out our sister website, Tortoise Town, which focuses on baby tortoise for sale.