My box turtle have some form of small growth on her foot. Wart? Tumor?
It's the same color as her skin, on her back foot. It doesn't seem to be affecting her mood or smooth of activity in any way, and I know I entail to have a vet look at her, but is this an emergency or something minor?
i would voice something minor
Check over this info and make sure you are caring for it correctly.
They obligation a basking spot of 88 degrees F and the rest of the tank should be 85 degree no lower then 75 F.
Diet- Veggies-grated carrots, orange squash, green beans, peas, green pepper, parsnips. Fruit- strawberries, raspberries, cranberries, blackberries, cherries, plums, mangos, papayas and figs. Greens- mustard, dandelion and collard greens. For treats, add flowers such as hibiscus, rose petals, geraniums, nasturtiums. Chop these up and mix them together before feeding.
Meat-Earthworms and dark crawlers (avoid bait shop worms they are very unhealthy), slugs, snails (if caught in your garden, feed the snails and slugs for 4 days on depressing leafy green vegetables - any that have been exposed to poisons will die in that time), crickets (which hold been gut loaded for at least 24 hours). Young turtles chomp through more animal matter than do adults, so the amount of protein offered should decrease over time until it is no more than 10% of total.
Supplement food with calcium and multi vitamin.