Can Turtles Eat Carrots? The Full Guide

Do you own a pet turtle? If you do, then you must be worried about the best diet for your little shelly. Turtles require a lot of attention, just as much as dogs and cats do. One aspect of owning a pet turtle often overlooked is diet. Their diet must consist majorly of fresh produce…

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Can Turtles Eat Apples? The Full Guide

Apples are a great source of Vitamins A and C, including antioxidants like quercetin, which can provide relief for allergies and improve gut health. The skin is also rich in nutrients, so do not throw it away. So, would apples be a healthy addition to a turtle’s diet? Stick around to find out.  Can turtles…

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Can Turtles Eat Bananas? The Full Guide

Bananas are nutrient-dense fruits rich in fiber and potassium that makes a healthy addition to our diet. So, would this also be a healthy addition to a turtle’s diet? Stick around to find out.  So, can turtles eat bananas? Yes, turtles can eat bananas but you must first check with your vet to know if this…

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Can Turtles Eat Broccoli? The Full Guide

If you are starting with pets, turtles are your ideal pets. These sluggish creatures do not need so much to be happy. They even do with very little attention. When it comes to their diet, they’re pretty easy to please as well; they can eat most of the fruits and veggies safely in moderation. But…

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600 Cute and Funny Hedgehog Names

The popularity of Hedgehogs as pets has grown in recent decades. If you plan on getting one, Dr Krista Keller, a veterinarian at the University of Illinois Veterinary Teaching Hospital in Urbana, suggests you take the time to learn as much as you can about these unique animals. While it is a common sight to…

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500 Cute and Funny Chameleon Names

Chameleons are such amazing creatures! They can switch colors, are cute, and can be lovely pets. Most people think fish are the easiest pets to take care of, they haven’t owned a chameleon. Chameleons are slow-moving and mostly stay in a fixed spot, this makes them low-energy pets. If you are looking for an easy-going,…

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