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9. Hatched: 29/6/20
Ready to be rehomed: 10/8/20
Gecko does have a slight deformity at the end of the tail, however this does not detract from the gecko itself as it eats, sheds, poops fine and has a great personality.
11. Hatched: 10/7/20
Ready to be rehomed: 21/8/20
More eggs incubating and more babies to added for sale in the coming weeks...
Hello, for sale are baby Leopard Geckos. Currently feeding on Mealworms and eating nightly. The sex of leopard geckos is generally determined by the incubation temperature but this is never a 100% guarantee.
These geckos make the perfect pet if you are looking at getting started with reptiles or if you are just interested in a different pet.
They can be a little skittish if you approach them too quickly, however they can be tamed fairly easily, provided they are handled in a suitable manner. I have been handling these babies regularly to calm them down and get them used to human contact.
To maintain good health, strong bones and prevent disorders such as Metabolic Bone Disease, it is essential to provide these geckos with a small calcium dish at all times and to also gut load and dust their food with supplements (I use Repashy calcium plus, an all in one supplement).
Never grab or pull the gecko by its tail as it can literally snap off and although it will regrow it will not look the same as it did before.
I am happy to show the mother and father of babies upon request.
I will only sell babies once they are at least 6 weeks old and not before, eating well and assured they will not be kept with sand as a substrate. The prices are included on the photos.
Please contact me if interested. I am happy to answer any questions, however it is also important to conduct your own independent research before committing to buy to make sure it is the right choice for you. Please understand that Leopard Geckos are known to be capable of living for over 15 years.
Please contact ASAP if interested so I can reserve for you, contact via WhatsApp for more photos. These tend to sell quickly so contact quickly to avoid disappointment, geckos will be relisted if you are time wasting.
Located in appley bridge, Wigan.
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