John B. Nelson

John B. Nelson has always been fascinated by turtles. When he was younger, he had a pet turtle that he loved dearly. Recently, he started doing some research on turtles and their care and he realized that there is a lot of misinformation out there. the site reflects his experiences and feelings about the turtles.

In this blog post, he wants to share some of his experiences with turtles and give some tips on how to properly care for them —

Turtle Care and Habitat Tips:

Turtles are unique creatures that can make great pets. However, before you get a turtle, it’s important to do your research and make sure that you can provide the proper care for your new pet. Here are some tips on turtle care and habitat:

  1. Choose the right species of turtle. Not all turtles are created equal. Some turtles are better suited for life in captivity than others. When choosing a turtle, be sure to do your research and choose a species that will do well in captivity.
  2. Provide the proper housing for your turtle. Your turtle will need a well-ventilated enclosure that is large enough for him or her to move around freely. The enclosure should also have a basking area where the turtle can soak up some heat from a heat lamp or other source of warmth.
  3. Keep the enclosure clean. A clean enclosure is essential for your turtle’s health. Be sure to remove any uneaten food or waste from the enclosure on a daily basis. Monthly deep cleaning of the enclosure is also recommended.
  4. Give your turtle plenty of food and water. Turtles are omnivores, so they need a diet that consists of both plant and animal matter. Be sure to give your turtle plenty of fresh food and water on a daily basis.
  5. Take your turtle to the vet regularly. Just like any other pet, turtles need to see the vet on a regular basis for checkups and vaccinations. Be sure to find a reptile-savvy vet who can provide quality care for your turtle.


Turtles can make great pets, but only if you’re prepared to provide them with the proper care that they need. By following these tips on turtle care and habitat, you can help ensure that your new pet turtle has a long and healthy life in captivity. Thanks for your visit.