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/Is my Red Eared Slider shedding shell or is he rots in shell?

My red-eared slider with silver stain in the shell and shine under water but faded white ground. There is nothing soft and oozing out. The bottom of the casing has been shedding.

As transparent pieces of shell are called shields. There are peeled and outside your skin. Calcium deposits, is water in its shell or is causing an effect of ring around the shell. The fund should not be shed. Can you do pictures? Http: / / www.flickr.com/photos/29035692 @ N03/sets/72157606499624641 / Look closely at my turtle shell and see how their looks Drys flakey. His pilgrims every day helps to grow new coats / pieces of shell and thats good. Shell Rot? ** Shell Rot. *** First make a dry box to keep the turtle shell rot needs water to grow. Keep warm and give plenty of light. Gently rub the skin with a brush and water. The turtle swim around 20 minutes a day in something other than his pond or tank water is really clean. 1-2 times a day take a cotton ball apply Hydrogen Peroxide to then its shell. Will start bubbling which means its cleaning. it. Do not get in eyes. Then clean the shell and apply providone iodine solution to the shell, the layer of the shell and not clean it until you are ready to swim the next day .** Keep this speed for several weeks and must go. . MOST important! Mix in a bird cuttle bone bigger the environment the bigger the healthier the turtle. Did you know that they need to take the sun under a reptile light UVA for 8 to 10 hours a day for vitamin D they need to grow. So that means getting a turtle dock also. Leave the heater from 75 to 78 degrees always. their water needs to be clean otherwise they get sick easily from dirty water cause they poop assigned. You need a good filter system! Larger gravel he can chew. It is necessary to feed them feed guppies, goldfish or minnows for protein and calcium daily drop 20 or in tanks and see them disappear! In this way when they swim for dinner to make exercise too! They can have garden worm, meal worms, crickets, flies, anything that moves! They need leafy greens Roman lettuce. (Iceberg and cabbage are bad for them, any other leafy vegetables will do) for vitamin A they need at least 3 to 4 times per week. You probably already know that sick easily, shell rot, respiratory sickness, lopsided swimming, coughing, blowing bubbles, eyes puffy clouds mean a lack of vitamin A. we all need for good eyes. Google vegetables with vitamin A.

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