How to clean my turtle

How to clean my turtle ? This question will have gone through your head if you have acquired this nice animal, and the first thing you should keep in mind is that having a well-kept and clean pet is your obligation as a master. Obviously you should do it gently and gently, using a toothbrush and water neither too cold nor too hot. In we show you how to clean your turtle .

You will need to:
  • Warm water
  • Toothbrush
  • Container
  • Toilet paper
  • Diary paper
Steps to follow:


The first thing to clean a turtle is to find a suitable container in which to prepare your turtle's bath. Fill it with warm water and then get a soft toothbrush . These are the elements that you will need to care for your turtle.


The next step is to remove the turtle from its habitat. If it is dirty you can take it to clean it too. The hygiene of your home is paramount. Then introduce your pet in the container with warm water, where you will enjoy your bath .


Wet the toothbrush in warm water. Rub the dirty areas of the shell of your turtle, do it gently. You can occasionally wet the area with a little water from the container. Do not forget to clean the holes, where algae usually sneak.


For no reason do you force your turtle out of its shell in case it is hidden. Respect your pet's decision and continue to clean it gently. If you do not reach an area, let it be, but do not force the turtle.


Finally, rinse with warm water and gently your pet when you get it free of algae. Then introduce it back into its habitat. The turtle will be gleaming and will be very grateful for the delicious bath!

  • The ground turtles should be cleaned gently with a brush, making circular movements on their carapace. Put her under water and do not wet her head. The skin is cleaned by rubbing with your fingers gently. Dry your shell with toilet paper and have it walk on newspaper.
  • Water turtles should have a clean aquarium. Remove the turtle from its habitat and clean it. Then clean your pet with fresh and fresh water. Try not to wet his head or touch his skin.