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The Red Eared Slider has been a favorite household pet for many years!
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i've got a slider which is named suki. i got him a white calcium turtle(its not alive) and he always tries to mate! :-]
I have 2 sliders named Candy and gorgeous. cute pets, quite agressive when their foods is given.
My juvenile slider is very entertaining & I absolutely adore him. I also enjoy all the work I do to take care of him. These turtles make wonderful pets if you can commit to caring for and feeding them properly. They are so darn cute when they're little, but PLEASE refrain from getting one as an impulse purchase.
I have had my red eared slider for 10 years. she is awesome, her name is myrtle the turtle. i plan on getting another turtle for her so she can have a friend. Deeanne Castor
I have two a girl and a boy. we want them to mate but we dont know how or when
i have 2 of them.... they are so awesome...... there names are speedy and zack....you would love to have them like i do...
My baby turtle is called sparky he tickles my hand when you lift him up by the shell.
Omar aged 5
I have a red eared slider, his name is roland, and he is a baby. He is just fun to look at. when you pick him up it feels like he is trying to tickle you!! He is a new edition to our family (2 fighter fish and a cocker spaniel)
these turtles are a great and loving pet, I have two of my own named shelley and squirt and they are alot of fun too have around. would definetly reccomend as a pet!!!!!
That's a good amount of information here. The only thing I was wondering about was they pyramiding of the shell, where the young/hatcling turtle is fed too much protein too quickly and it causes the shell to grow like a pyramid; unevenly.
I've recently taken in a RES in my area and have easily converted him to Reptomin, and he'll also eat dried krill and brine shrimp, and he loves his frozen blackworms.