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Turtle Habitat Supplies

Turtles really do make adorable pets, and they make a great first pet because they live a long time and don't require quite the extent of care as a puppy or kitten would.
  • Bedding / Substrate

    Provides your terrarium with a natural forest floor look while retaining moisture to provide humidity to the enclosure. Great for snakes, amphibians, or tropical species of tortoises.
  • Books

    Proper care and Maintenance of Water Turtles by Philippe de Vosjoli is a book for all ages. This book provides care information including proper heating, lighting, food, and enclosures.
  • Feeding and Watering

    Provide constant fresh water, while the small basin discourages reptiles from fouling their water.
  • Food

    Give your aquatic turtle or tortoise all the nutrients they need to ensure a long and healthy life. Shop now and save.
  • Habitat Accessories

    Shop and save on all your aquatic turtle and tortoise needs.  From decorations, to lights, bathtubs and more.
  • Habitats

    Wood sided (for privacy) design and preferred by professional tortoise keepers. Use indoors/outdoors: Place outside in garden to provide beneficial sunlight/UVB rays.
  • Hatchling Starter Kit

    Adult turtle and hatchling turtle kit. The deluxe Turtle Kit also includes the 318 Turtle Clean Filter kit, turtle food and Dr Turtle sulfa block.
  • Health and Wellness

    Shop now and save on turtle medications, vitamins and supplements. Keep your turtles happy and healthy to ensure a long life.
  • Lagoons

    Our turtle lagoons come standard with an access ramp leading to an elevated lounging/feeding area and a decorative palm tree.
  • Lighting

    Provide your reptile with necessary lighting to encourage a healthy and long life. Browse a large selection and save.
When you decide to get a turtle, you will have to choose an aquatic turtle or a land-based turtle. The two cannot live in the same environment, and they each require different care and supplies. Land turtles (or tortoises) are much easier to care for than aquatic turtles; however, land turtles are not quite as active as aquatic turtles.

Even though turtles may not require the extent of care they do require daily care to keep them healthy, and to keep their owners safe from bacteria and disease. Keep in mind that turtles have very long lifespans, as long as 40 years for some species so be prepared to have a lifelong friend when you adopt or buy your first turtle.