Turtles have a highly developed sense of taste. This is the reason why turtles go crazy for a turtle treat that makes your normally slow moving turtles paddle like crazy just to get fast to their favorite treat.
A turtle treat is as the name implies just a treat and not meant as whole turtle diet. Giving your turtles a treat keeps them interested and active and may deepen the bond between you and your turtle because you may hand feed it.
Well, one big advantage of this turtle treat is that you can feel good about giving it to your turtle. It is low fat and enhanced with the vitamins A and D which help support healthy eyes and shell. This treat is also naturally color-enhancing.
A turtle treat that is made for hand-feeding is of first interest for everybody who wants to get into better contact with his turtles. If you feed these treats by hand make sure that overly excited turtles don‘t bite your fingers.
Of course you may just add this treat to your turtle’s daily diet. It is lightweight and absorbs water well which makes it easy for turtles to eat. It will float in the water but when it isn’t eaten immediately – which probably doesn’t happen too often – it might sink into the turtle aquarium gravel or rocks.
Always supervise your turtles when giving a treat making sure that they first of all like it and secondly eat all of them. Some turtle owners just add the treats to the daily food experiencing that the turtles like to pick out the treats first before going to eat their food.
Thanks to its great pricing and fast delivery you won‘t be out of your turtle‘s favorite treat ever.
Wardley Turtle Treat
- Suitable for aquatic turtles, newts and frogs
- Great for handfeeding
- 1 ounce 1 pouch
- Naturally color-enhancing treats
Red Eared Slider loves this better than any other treats. I put it in the tank only when the turtle is actively feeding.
They’re nuts about it. Paddle frantically to get up out of the water and nab it.
My turtle loves these little treats. I usually feed him one with his meal, and he always eats it first.