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Zoo Med Repti Turtle Eye Drops by Zoo Med

$4.14
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SKU: ZM80030
UPC: 097612800302
MPN: MD-30
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SKU: ZM80030M
UPC: 680031025939
MPN: 80030M
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Zoo Med Repti Turtle Eye Drops Description

Zoo-Med Repti Turtle Eye Drops opens and cleans inflamed turtle eyes. Use as a preventative for eye issues caused by Vitamin A deficiency, including inflammation. Especially helpful with Box Turtle eye problems.

  • Opens and cleans inflamed turtle eyes
  • Use as a preventative for eye problems caused by Vitamin A deficiency
  • Especially helpful with box turtle eye problems

Includes free trial size sample of Reptisafe Water Conditioner.

Made in the USA.

FAQ:
Q: Can I put Repti Turtle Eye Drops in other reptiles' eyes?
A:Turtle Eye drops are made especially for turtles that can be prone to vitamin A deficiencies. It is safe to use on other reptiles, but unless the infection is due to vitamin A deficiency, it may not fix the problem. You may need to take your pet to the veterinarian.

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Zoo Med Repti Turtle Eye Drops Customer Reviews

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Mckenna, Casper WY on 2013/12/11
Must Have!

If you have turtles or tortoises, this product is a MUST HAVE! I use it whenever my turtles get pus-filled eyes or eye infections and it clears it up immediately. I have also used this product on a leopard gecko that was blind in both eyes. One eye is closed up due to the inability to shed it's skin off the eye completely. But I also used it on the other eye and the gecko can now actually see and hunt! Great product!

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Marsha, Rancho Mirage CA on 2013/02/12
Medicate all your turtles!

I owned two 6-mo old red sliders and ordered three more over the internet. I received tiny, tiny, healthy babies! In a week's time, one baby developed an eye infection. I started medication on it but not on the others. BIG mistake!! Long story short, I lost the baby and one of my original ones. The second original one is still iffy. Now, if one develops a problem, all the others will definitely get a weekly medication dose.

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Christina, Farmington NM on 2010/09/14
Great for box turtles

When the seasons change it is inevitable that my box turtle will get bubbles in at least one eye. I keep a bottle of this handy for those moments and it clears it up immensely! Definitely a must have if you have a turtle :)