Timothy hay, soybean hulls, dried beet pulp, oat hulls, and wheat are the first 5 ingredients. High-fiber diet. Includes probiotics. Natural antioxidants. Grass and hay-based diet. Low-starch formula.
A relatively expensive pellet formula, but it receives high marks from zoos and veterinarians.
Corn, oats, wheat, alfalfa meal, wheat middlings, and fish meal are the first 6 ingredients. Affordable. Promotes a more colorful shell. Ingredients mimic the varied diet of a wild tortoise. Yummy strawberry and raspberry ingredients.
Some picky tortoises may not eat this pellet formula unless it has been moistened first. Uses artificial colorings.
Timothy hay, wheat, almond hull meal, miscanthus grass, and sun-cured alfalfa meal are the first 5 ingredients. Natural high-fiber diet. Tortoises love the flavors of dandelion greens, alfalfa, and ginger extract. Vitamin and mineral rich.
A particularly expensive tortoise diet, but it is specially formulated for the dietary needs of certain species.
Water, soy protein, whole egg powder, whey protein, and carrageenan (seaweed) are the first 5 ingredients. Available in 3 convenient sizes. Irresistible musk melon flavor and scent. Extremely easy to digest. Fortified with core vitamins and minerals.
The 1 gallon sized container may seem pricy at first, but if your tortoise is a fan, this is a fantastic bulk purchase.
Water, timothy hay, dried kale, dried red bell pepper, and dried tomato are the first 5 ingredients. Includes real delicious fruits and veggies, such as banana, cranberries, and blueberries. Hydrating diet. Veterinarian formulated meal. Affordable.
We wish that this tortoise diet was available in multiple container sizes.
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Whether you own a flat shelled pancake tortoise, a crimson scaled red footed tortoise, a leopard tortoise sporting an ornately patterned shell, or some other species of tortoise, it is important to provide your sturdy and slow moving pet with a nutritionally complete diet. Tortoises are herbivores that need a range of plant-based foods, ranging from bananas and bell pepper, to cranberries and hay. Caring tortoise owners will research the numerous recipes and brands available to find a tortoise food rich in dietary fiber, vitamins, minerals, and most importantly, a flavor that your reptile pal will fall in love with.