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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.

 

9-14-2021:  We will likely be posting the first batch of 2021 hatchlings at the end of September and beginning of October.  All the geckos are eating well right now, and growing as they should.  They will just need a little bit more time before they are ready to be shipped to good homes.

We are in the middle of a leopard gecko breeding season.  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".  We also have a new article "leopard gecko ovulation" to explain in more details on leopard gecko ovulation cycles.

 


 

 

 

 

 

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