Get To Know The Leopard Gecko

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The leopard gecko could be great for you if you’re new to having reptiles as pets. They are a docile breed, easy to tame and not susceptible to biting. They grow to approximately 10 inches long, move slowly, and were known to play in a game of hide and seek with their owners from within their tank.

It may take time to take care of an exotic pet, but it is also very rewarding. A leopard gecko can live for up to 20 years, so be sure to take this into consideration before proceeding. If you can provide your leopard gecko with the right conditions to live in, they will surely live a long and happy life in your home’s comfort.

Where do Leopard Geckos live?

For the beginner reptile breeder, the Leopard Gecko Vivarium starter kit will help you create the perfect environment in which they can grow.

This great kit includes everything you will need to start creating suitable surroundings, ready to install straight away so that you can keep your leopard gecko pets at home. The kit contains;

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24” Black Monkfeld Vivarium– The large glass panels let in light, and the hinged top has a secure lock to prevent escape.

Habistat 7w Reptile Vivarium Heat Mat– The mat can be easily installed and worked to simulate the warming rays of the sun.

Small Exo Terra Reptile Terrarium Water Dish – This has a growing, solid foundation that can’t be easily spilled.

Small Exo Terra Reptile Vivarium Hide Out Cave – Offers a cool, shady place for your leopard gecko to relax in.

Exo-Terra Dial Thermometer – Provides accurate readings that can be put on a flat surface with a sticky back

Exo-Terra Desert Plant Barrel Cactus – A realistic cactus replica that provides a natural hiding place

2 x Reptile Sand 2.5kg – To help control odours and to absorb waste

Komodo Star Cactus – It helps to recreate the realistic habit of leopard gecko

It is recommended that up to three leopard geckos are kept in the yard at the same time, as long as it is only one male. The species is used to desert living conditions, and your vivarium will need a cold and warm side to switch around depending on their current body temperature.

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They want rocks and logs to hide behind them, where they can find shade, as well as a place where they can relax out of sight. Being a night animal, the gecko will still need twelve hours of light a day, but without it, it will be able to see perfectly at night.

What do leopard geckos eat?

The leopard diet will consist of crickets, worms and the like, which must be pre-loaded with the intestines. They won’t eat plants or vegetables, although the plant-life of some desert sort will make them feel at home in their vivarium. We have a page on our website dedicated to a range of live gecko foods and other pets that are perfect for providing your new pet with a safe and varied diet.

There is a need for a shallow water dish that should always be kept fresh in order to keep them hydrated like conditions in the desert. In their diet, leopard geckos do need a sufficient amount of calcium.

Following these simple guidelines for leopard gecko care will help ensure your new pet moves into the new home quickly. For anything else, you may need to support the growth and well-being of your leopard gecko, visit our website.

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