SETUPS AND CARE
THE CARE SECTION IS UNDER CONSTRUCTION. IT WILL BE COMPLETED ASAP.
Why is a leopard gecko a great pet?
Easy to handle
Low food costs
Low electric costs
Basic Care: Leopard geckos need the most basic care of any exotic pet:
90-95*F hot spot with ambient (70*F) cool side.
Mealworms or crickets (dusted with vitamins and D3 calcium) refreshed every other day to every three days depending on eating habits.
Small dish (bottle cap) of calcium (no D3) in the tank at all times. (They will eat it when needed).
Dish of water.
Tank cleaned weekly or as needed. One leopard gecko will be fine with weekly cleaning.
Leopard geckos do not require a light source and should be kept away from windows. They will get plenty of light from across the room hiding in their dark coco hut.
Housing: Leopard geckos require a small amount of space and can live happily in a small 10 gallon tank. Here is the run down on furniture and overhead costs:
10 gallon tank with lid
UTH (under tank heater) and thermometer
One log house/hide box
One humid hide
One food dish
One water dish
One calcium dish
Box of crickets or mealworms
Pure calcium (no D3)
Calcium with D3
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