I have a male Russian, wild caught that I purchased from a pet store. I then added a Burmese Star hatchling to our family, we think she is a female, but she is only 3 years old.
Both are very different species. The Russian is housed in an open table. The Burmese is housed in a closed...
Any luck finding a home for your tort? I live in Northern Delaware, currently I have an adult Russian and Burmese yearling. Myself or even a few of my local tort friends may be interested.
Enclosure included? Cost?
Well said. I am going to follow the same path with our vet, clear and direct. I think it is good idea for Oliver to have his physical after he has been outside for the summer months.
Thank you all again for the support!
I am very grateful to the members of this forum. I have been able to research and find answers to all of my questions and concerns.
Our RT, Oliver has been with us for a year, we took him to the vet when we first brought him home. Of course, he had worms, but it was quickly cured. We...
I saw the most recent posts on Tortoise Town and immediately moved on. Thank you for confirming. I am trying to reach Carol S, she seems to be well liked and has a great reputation. I don't tweet but will start my search for her now.
Thank you all for everything!!!!
The information is very helpful, and glad we can use regular tap water.
Glad you have experience with a vegetable table, I will double check to make sure the walls are tall enough. I am enjoying the forum, there is so much good information!
Thank you again for the quick response.
Thank you all for the wonderful welcome. I like the idea of the vegetable table, and thank you for the specifics of the size, we knew it needed to be large, but this is confirmation. I will also check on the forum for breeders, just a little concerned regarding shipping to us rather than picking...
Good Morning All,
I am new to the forum, and I have started to research the Russian Tortoise for a life time family member. Unfortunately, my husband and I are not handy woodworkers, but the homes I see on the forum are fabulous. As an alternative would it be possible to use a large vegetable...