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King British Turtle and Terrapin Food 200 g
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- Made from the highest quality, natural ingredients
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A complete and balanced diet, scientifically developed to meet the specific nutritional requirements of all turtles and terrapins when kept as pets.
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However, the instructions on the tub are only suitable for hatchlings, and even then I would suggest only one 10-15 minute feeding a day for those. The food is too meaty to be a complete food for turtles over 1 year old (The packaging does claim that "older turtles" need greens in their diet but I wouldn't have called a one-year-old an "older turtle" by any means). I recommend speaking to fellow turtle keepers rather than following these instructions. For example I feed my own 2 year old slider a teaspoon of dry food three days a week, with leafy greens every day. No dry food on the market can replace fresh greens in a turtle's diet! As other reviews have said, the food also can be quite wasteful depending on the batch, as a lot of it crumbles to dust in transit.
However I still prefer this over most other turtle foods on the market!
Always a winner in my book!
If the replacement had arrived in sure my turtles would of enjoyed it.
Had the re-delivery of the replacement of the one that went missing in the first place had arrived in sure my turtles would of enjoyed it.
However as it hasn't arrived I'll never know.
But I have attached a photo of where the turtle food should be. But as you can see it's not there.
The only negative point I would make is that there is a lot of powder left at the bottom of the tub when finished. I have since moved to another brand which does not have this problem.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good balanced diet for turtles larger than a few inches. It's not too high in protein so will allow for good she'll growth. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Christina
Bought a tiny tub of this from pets at home and my two yellow bellied sliders went mad for it I think it was about £4 can't remember the size but it was tiny. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Hayley
I wouldn't eat it, but the terrapin seems to enjoy it. would be better if less of the small stuff and more of the larger food piecesPublished 1 month ago by justmyopinion