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  1. Shelled - Turtles & Tortoise
    Hello, I have a three year old Horsfiled Tortoise who has had his eyse closed for just over a week now and has stopped eating. I've been bathing him every day and washing his eyes, but he still hasn't opened them. Once I've bathed him and dried him off, a white substance seems to be pushed out...
  2. Shelled - Turtles & Tortoise
    Hi, I recently discovered my hermann hatchling had RNS. After a trip to the vet, and 5 days of neubalisation and antibiotics, the vet said that it was prorbably caused by some sort of hepatitis virus that he must have gotten fromt he other tortoises the breeder had. This is something they...
  3. Shelled - Turtles & Tortoise
    Hi! I was wondering about something. I know that tortoises can easily get RNS which can develop into pneumonia if left intreated. But can they also get pneunomia without having a runny nose? How would you then have an indication whether they have it or not? Hope this question isn't too...
  4. Shelled - Turtles & Tortoise
    Hi! My greek Ibera tortoise developed a few weeks ago RNS in one nostril, which is only really visible when he's eating. I got really worried and wanted to take him to the vet as I read that RNS is dangerous and does not clear without meds. I live in Greece and after trying several vets, I was...
  5. Shelled - Turtles & Tortoise
    Leopard Tortoise seems really ill after injections - reptile vets? I have been worried about my tortoise for about a month, she has runny nose syndrome. She is a very active tortoise and eats loads, but she often blows bubbles of mucus from her nose and her nose is often...
  6. Shelled - Turtles & Tortoise
    because i'd rather annoy you all than miss something important (: i have a spur thighed tort which i bought a couple of days ago and i've noticed his nose is slightly runny and bubbles every now and then. if it is RNS would i just have to take him to the vet or is it more complex than that...
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