I have kept Leopard Geckos as pets since 2009 and started breeding them in 2010. Leopard Geckos make great pets and are one of the most popular reptile species kept in captivity. I have two vivariums of Leopard Geckos.
Leopard Geckos must have a stable temperature gradient, which allows them to thermo-regulate. They prefer a day time temperature averaging 28°C and a night time temperature averaging 22°C. Mine have a cool end maintained at 21°C and a warm end maintained at 30°C. This is maintained using a thermostat. They also have additional lights during the day to keep the air temperature high and no lights at night to keep the air cool. Leopard Geckos are mostly nocturnal, so you dont often see them during the day. They require places to hide, a water bowl and a damp moss cave to aid shedding.
All My adult Geckos are fed a diet of live locusts, with occasional wax worms as treats and my baby young geckos are fed on silent crickets until they are big enough to eat the smallest locusts. All their insects are dusted with Nutrobal, a reptile vitamin and mineral supplement.
My Male Mack Super Snow Leopard Gecko
My Female Albino Super Snow Leopard Gecko
My Female Hypomelanistic Leopard Gecko
My Male Mack Snow Bell Albino Leopard Gecko
My Female Bell Albino Leopard Gecko
My Female Super Hypo Tangerine Baldy Leopard Gecko
My Female Mack Super Snow Leopard Gecko
Hatched 2010 By Me
My Female Albino Snow Leopard Gecko
Hatched 2012 By Me
My Female Snow Leopard Gecko
One of my Gecko Vivariums
A selection of baby Geckos hatched 2012. Snows, Mack Super Snows, Albino Snows and Normals.
We have baby Geckos for sale. CB2014.
Please Contact me for more details.