I had a sick baby red ear slider he was nerly dead, what you need to do it make sure you have a heater at least 75 temp, a cold turtle does not eat that was making my turtle sick you also need heat light uv light and land for the turtle your local pet store will tell you about the lights you need I have two turtles a baby turtle needs good water temp good luck hope your turtle gets better
The way to take care of a baby slider is u have 2 go 2 a pet store and ask 4 repto min its the smallest bottle feed the turtle about 3 or 4 it depends thoe..... If it eats half of them then that's how many they are feeden..........then as they grow get the bigger bottles till they are the size of the plate. Resource: http://www.turtlecareredearedslider.com/turtle-care-red-eared-slider/
a red-eared slider turtles life span with proper care is between20-50yrs
If you found it in the wild - return it to the wild - it will take care of itself !
usally the mama red-eared slider just lays her eggs and leaves them all alone but if a red eared slider is kept in captivity the mama takes care of the baby until the baby shows its mama that it can stand on its own two feet which is usally 2-3 months after it is hatched.
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No not reaslly but it would help if they were a male a nd female. Don't forget that if u want another slider you need to take more care of them in general.
no way a res turtle lives mainly in water and a box turtle live on land there care is just to diffrent for them live together.
When taken care of correctly, a red-eared slider can live around fifty years. They are definitely a pet that you can pass down to your children or grandchildren.
you need a big tank 55 gallons and up because they get pretty big and you need a heat lamp, dock and turtle food
Turtle. Red eared slider turtles, live about 20 years and are just easier to take care of. Tortoises live 75 years and are harder
You would care for a yellow bellied slider the same way that you would care for a red eared slider. Feed them at least once a day. Clean their tank often. Provide a heater in the winter. Just look at how you would care for a turtle. The breed yellow bellied sliders does not need any special care.
No need to care for it. There are already enough red eared sliders in the world.
It may be because it's sick or have an illness. I don't take care of a red eared slider but I do take care of a baby red belly turtle. However I know a lot about red eared sliders because I have gathered information through many books about turtles. Check on your turtle's condition. If you think that it's rather weary looking, there is a high possibility that it is sick.
There is no such thing as a red eye slider, maybe you were trying to say redeared slider. (the red is not on it's eye, it is on it's ears) Common mistake. Check this website out. It tells you alot of things about the red eared slider. http://www.austinsturtlepage.com/Care/caresheet-red_ear_slider.htm
Same as a regular Red Eared Slider. The average male is 7-9in, and the females 8-12. A good care sheet as well as housing tips and such can be found at Austins Turtle Page.
"The Red-eared Slider is commonly kept as a pet and often sold cheaply. As with other turtles and tortoises, it can be difficult to care for and can live up to forty years." ~from:"http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Red_ear_slider:
The overall cost for my slider was about 100$ aftermath.Once you have all the supplies all you really need is food about 10$ a month.What i did was progesivly buy everything instead of all at once to save money.Sliders are very fun pets and I hope you can get one.
no,but if after handeling the turtle,proper higienic care is not taken you may get contaminated with salmonella
The baby turtle doesn't even see it's mom. The parent doesn't care for it.
well, first you need to ask yourself, are you properly taking care of it? Are you using water conditioners to remove the chlorine? If not this could create a fungus that grows between the neck and arms. If you see this on your turtle, go to the nearest pet store, find a worker and tell them the situation and ask for the best product for this. you should get: Water conditioner Medication tablets to put in the water to cure common turtle dieseases
its a box turtle wich are the size of a 50 cent coin when baby
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You can let go of the baby snapping turtle when its older.Or if your taking care of it when damaged you can let go of it when its know longer hurt.
Jordan Patterson has written: 'Tortugas Acuaticas (Manuales Del Terrario)' 'The Guide to Owning a Red-Eared Slider' 'Newts Their Care in Captivity'
I don't think they care about that. However, a lot of veterinary practices do not treat turtles, or any reptiles, for that matter. Usually it's just dogs and cats, and maybe birds. My vet would definitely not see a turtle.If you can find a vet who sees turtles, then I wouldn't worry about the fact that you got the turtle illegally. More often than not, I think, people buy their turtles illegally. I got mine from a Chinese woman on 96th Street and Broadway. She had a whole tank full of tiny baby hatchlings (red-eared sliders), and it is illegal to sell a red-eared slider that is under 3 inches in the state of New York.I don't think law enforcement really cares that much about people who buy illegal turtles. They care about the people who are selling illegal turtles. And veterinarians care about the health and well-being of animals, a lot more than they care about where you got them from.