leopard geckos for sale onlinegeckos.com quality gecko breeder super giant tremper sunglow Apollo
 

welcome.jpg

We are a small scale hobbyist breeder, breeding leopard geckos & african fat tails for the love of the species. The geckos we provide are top quality, selectively chosen for the best genetics. We believe in quality over quantity.  Each of our leopard geckos & fat tails are bred and raised with care, just like how a hobbyist would treat their own pets. Calcium and vitamin supplements are provided at every feeding to ensure proper growth and health.

 

Providing good customer service is our top priority.  We want to make purchasing geckos as smooth and effortless for you as possible.  We also believe in keeping good care information out there so new hobbyists can get educated on proper gecko care & handling.

 

Thank you for visiting.  While you are here, check out our Leopard Gecko Care Sheet.

 

11-15-2020:  Wednesday, November 18th will be the last day we ship leopard geckos this year.  We are getting reports that FedEx is already operating within Holiday Peak Protocols 1 full month earlier than usual.  They are seeing higher than normal package volumes and it's only going to get worse.  Shipping live animals is a delicate situation, our gecko's well-being is always our top priority.  Please plan accordingly.


We ship Monday - Wednesday for deliveries on Tuesdays - Thursdays.  Deliveries should be made by 12pm and will require a signature.  We will not ship when destination temperature falls below 38 degrees Fahrenheit.  Also note that bad weather, including fog, could cause flight delays which would cause shipment delays.  Do not wait too long to purchase your leopard gecko.

Under quarantine?  No problem, we have a new article explaining how you could purchase everything you need and setup a leopard gecko habitat without leaving your home.


Has your leopard gecko stopped eating?  Don't be alarmed, loss of appetite is a natural cycle leopard geckos go through during the breeding season.  Leopard gecko breeding seasons last from January - June/July.  It's completely normal for your geckos to not want to feed for weeks or months at a time.  We have several blog articles that explain this in more detail.  You can read our "my leopard gecko won't eat" article, as well as "how to deal with picky eaters".

 


 

 

 

 

 

Here are some of our latest videos:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tzRCeeQjwYk

 

 

Follow us on Youtube! Subscribe to get alerted of new video updates.

 


 
Share on Facebook