- Top part of the mouth has grown past the bottom jaw
- Turtle has trouble grabbing, tearing, and/or chewing their food
- Dietary imbalance
- Broken jaw
- Too many soft foods
If your red-eared slider has an overgrown beak, you will need to take it to an experienced reptile vet to get it filed down. DO NOT attempt this on your own!
Making a cuttlebone available in your turtle’s tank helps keep the beak ground down and also provides a great source of dietary calcium.