Category: Leopard Gecko FAQ

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  • Common Mistakes Leopard Gecko Owners Make

    Common Mistakes New Leopard Gecko Owners Make

    We’re sharing a list of common leopard gecko mistakes new owners make so you can avoid them.

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    What kind of leopard gecko morph breeds are there?

    There are a variety of leopard gecko morph breeds available. While the number of leopard gecko morphs number over 100, there are primary combinations of several key morphs. New morph combinations are being discovered (or created) as breeders continue to experiment with selective breeding. The High Yellow morph (described below) was one of the first…

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  • How to Pick Up a Leopard Gecko

    How to Pick up a Leopard Gecko

    Leopard geckos are popular pets for their easy going nature and ease of care.  As with any pet, it’s essential to build trust through consistent interaction and proper handling. When first starting out, it’s important to know how to properly pick up a leopard gecko so you don’t scare or injure it. We’ll review two…

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  • Can Leopard Geckos live with Anoles

    Can A Leopard Gecko Live With Anoles?

    Keeping reptiles can be addictive, and there are so many cool pets to bring home! While it may seem fun to have many different species cohabiting, it’s crucial to consider their unique habitats and requirements. Leopard geckos and anoles should not be kept in the same tank. Leopard geckos are active during twilight and night…

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  • Can Leopard Geckos live with Bearded Dragons

    Can A Bearded Dragon Live With A Leopard Gecko?

    Reptiles can be like Pokemon – you want to collect ’em all. However, when it comes to owning multiple species, it’s important to consider their individual needs and compatibility. One question that often arises among reptile enthusiasts is whether a bearded dragon can live with a leopard gecko. While it may seem convenient to house…

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  • Gut Loading Insects

    How to Gut Load Insects: The Key To Healthy Leopard Geckos

    s a responsible pet owner, you want to make sure you’re doing you best to provide for your animal’s well being.  Feeding them the right kind of food is a must, and there’s a way to supercharge your feeding:  Gut loading. Gutloading refers to the practice of feeding feeder insects with nutrient-rich diets before offering…

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  • Rocks in your leopard gecko tank

    Using Rocks in Your Leopard Gecko Tank

    Leopard geckos are fascinating creatures that have become increasingly popular as pets. These reptiles require a suitable habitat to thrive, and one of the most important components is stable rocks for resting and basking. While rocks from outside can be used in leopard gecko tanks, it’s crucial to ensure that they are legally obtained and…

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  • Do Leopard Geckos Stink or smell bad?

    Do Leopard Geckos Stink?

    Discover the truth about Leopard Geckos and their scent! Find out if they really stink or smell bad.

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  • Can Leopard Geckos See in the Dark?

    Can Leopard Geckos See In The Dark?

    As humans, we often associate the night with darkness and a lack of visibility. It’s a symbol of mystery, fear, and the unknown. But for some animals, like leopard geckos, the night is just another opportunity to explore and thrive. These fascinating creatures have adapted to life in low light environments and are even capable…

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  • Can Leopard Geckos Eat Fruits and Vegetables

    Can Leopard Geckos Eat Fruit or Vegetables?

    Reptiles can have a variety of dietary needs, and it’s important for pet owners to know what to feed their animals.  Though some lizard species enjoy a mix of insects, small animals (like pinky mice), and plants, it’s not the correct diet for all reptiles.  While it is natural to assume that leopard geckos can…

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