The RedFoot Tortoise
Helping educate current and potential owners of Redfoot tortoises on their husbandry, so they can have a healthy, active tortoise and the tortoise can express its normal behavior and live a long, healthy life.
July 14, 2014 by Ernie J 3 Comments
There’s nothing cuter than baby or sub-adult Redfoot tortoises and the video below is proof.
These are our currently available 18-24 month olds all cleaned up (and how to do it right) and looking pretty.
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Richard Kaplan says
July 29, 2014 at 5:52 pm
do you have any Cherry Head Red Foot Tortoises for sale,could you let know when you will have a new group of babys . Thank You,Very much R.Kaplan
July 30, 2014 at 11:37 am
I only breed Redfoot’s, but check with Terry Kilgore (turtletary.com) on Cheryhead’s because he breeds them as well as Redfoot’s..
Amy Blake says
August 4, 2014 at 6:01 pm
Your “babies” look great, and I appreciate that yours are all F2, so nobody was tortoise-napped from his or her wild home. I live in South Florida, near Ft. Lauderdale, and can provide a 12 x 12 outdoor fenced enclosure as well as a 4 x 6 indoor pen in my garage for nighttime security or inclement weather. My son thinks he wants to adopt a Russian, but the more I read, the more I think that I will be “fighting the power” with that species to provide a dry enough enclosure, whereas I have almost the perfect Redfoot habitat in my backyard with hardly lifting a finger except to plant a few hibiscus and grazing plants.
That said, do you have any little guys left for sale, or even bigger guys (preferably a female) for sale or as a “rescue” tortoise? If so, what is the sale price, and what do you do about shipping this time of year? (I assume the shipping cost is in addition to the sale price.) You can either post or reply to me directly. Thanks! Amy
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