Why Is My Tortoise's Shell Soft? | Treatment

In this video you'll learn the reason why your tortoise's shell is soft and what you can do to treat it. It could be a symptoms of Metabolic Bone Disease; vitamin D3 deficiency or shell rot. Hope this helps and leave your questions in the comments!

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Useful links and videos:
- https://www.thetortoisetable.org.uk (it has loads of information on how to identify safe plants that your tortoise can eat and a bunch of other stuff)
- Before getting a tortoise: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WbwRmCqUhXw

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00:00 - Intro
00:33 - Trailer
00:46 - What is Normal
01:13 - Metabolic Bone Disease (MBD)
02:33 - Metabolic Bone Disease Treatment
03:02 - Vitamin D3 Deficiency
03:50 - Vitamin D3 Deficiency Treatment
04:19 - Shell Rot
04:46 - Shell Rot Treatment
05:36 - Outro

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