Leopard geckos for sale housing
Leopard geckos for sale housing 20-gallon tank is large, but there should only be one male per habitat; a bigger tank is preferable. Only keep males and females together if you want to deal with breeding. Old fish tanks that don’t hold water anymore also work perfectly well for leopard geckos.
Provide half logs as hiding and climbing space. Commercial reptile caves and simple cardboard boxes are also good options. A damp hide box can help with shedding.
Spot clean the cage once a day to remove feces. About twice a month, take everything out, throw out the substrate, and scrub and disinfect the cage and all the items in it to reduce the buildup of bacteria.
It’s also important to soak your gecko in a shallow pan of lukewarm water for about 10 to fifteen minutes once to twice a week. This will help with hydration and humidity. You might need to complete this process more often if your gecko is shedding.
These lizards are desert lizards, so they do not need a highly humid environment. If the humidity is too low (below 20 percent), the gecko might have trouble shedding. Keep the humidity level about 30 to 40 percent, which is similar to the humidity level in your home. You can use a regular screen top, coupled with the heat source, to keep the environment dry. To check on the humidity level, get a hygrometer or humidity gauge for the cage.
Age: 9 Months
Morph: Leopard Gecko
Preferred Diet: Crickets, Roaches, Worms (mealworms, superworms, waxworms).