Leopard geckos are lizards native to Pakistan, India and Afghanistan where the terrain is dry and rocky. The geckos live on and under the ground and are nocturnal.
The reptile has a triangular head and a large tail where it stores fat. Its skin is bumpy and heavily patterned. The patterns are designed to camouflage and protect it from being seen by predators.
A leopard gecko makes an excellent pet. It is small, has minimal care requirements, and can be left alone for several days. The animal is quiet, doesn’t smell, doesn’t need attention, and a large amount of space for its home isn’t required.
A gecko is inexpensive and easily available from pet stores and breeders. There are a wide variety of color and pattern variations. Because it is so easy to care for, a leopard gecko is a great choice if you want a pet reptile.
Information covering what you will need to have a leopard gecko as a pet.
Food & Diet
Everything you need to know about your pet’s diet. The types of food, vitamins, minerals, and supplements needed to have a healthy lizard.
Cages & Habitat
All the stuff your reptile needs in his new home. It includes cage size, light and heat requirements, decorations, and cleaning of the habitat.
How to sex your leopard geckos, breeding requirements, mating and egg laying, and incubating the newly laid eggs.
The hatching of eggs, housing, feeding, and general care of the babies.
A collection of common health problems that can occur.
For Sale & Breeders
Where to buy a leopard gecko and what to look for in a healthy lizard.