What happened to Arlows eyes? A few weeks ago, I started to notice something in Arlows eye. I thought it might be some stuck shed, and I waited to see if it would come off with his next shed, but it didn't. It didn't get worse and it didn't seem to bother him. He wasn't … Continue reading My gecko needed to go to the vet
Considering getting a leopard gecko? Wondering if it's the right pet for you? Look no further, I lay out all the awesome things about them, and the things that make them less ideal as a pet. First of all, the fact that you are reading this post means you're doing your research and I'm so … Continue reading Is a leopard gecko the right pet for you?
You might already know that leopard geckos shed their skin. But why and how do they do this? I tell you all about it in this blog post. FactsIt is normal for leopard geckos to eat very little (or nothing) around shedding time. It takes a lot of energy and time, it can take up … Continue reading Leopard geckos & shedding
Have you noticed your gecko is sleeping way more, not eating (as much), staying on the cold side and generally not being as active? There's a high chance it's because of brumation. During the cold winter months, most leopard geckos (and other reptiles) go into brumation. In this short blog post, I'll explain what that … Continue reading Leopard geckos and brumation
Arlow tried calci worms for the first time. In this post, I explain wat calci worms are and how Arlow liked them. My gecko is a difficult eater. He's very picky and he only wants to eat mealworms most of the time. But unfortunately, mealworms aren't a great feeding choice for leopard geckos. I get … Continue reading Phoenix/calci worms for my leopard gecko
I've wanted to change the substrate in my gecko enclosure for a while now and I finally got to! I'm very excited to share this and I'm also going to write a post on the differences between tile and paper towel as substrate, of course after my gecko has been on tile for a while. … Continue reading Gecko substrate: switching to tile
This blog post is about my gecko drawer. I explain all the things I keep in there and how I organize everything. Short overview:A calender to track what Arlow eatsA back-up heat matHand warmers for vet visitsA back-up enclosureSupplementsBlanketSprayerNotebook Calender: This is how I track Arlows feeding. I think it's very important to track my … Continue reading What’s in my gecko drawer?
This post is about cohabbing reptiles, specifically leopard geckos. I share my opinion, but also facts on this topic. If you want to discuss this topic with me or anyone else, please do so in a respectful way. I would like another gecko, but I don't have enough space for another tank right now, so … Continue reading Cohabbing reptiles
Before I start this blog post, I'd like to say that these are my beliefs. Please read multiple blog post and watch multiple videos and make the best choice for your leopard gecko. I don't like sand for leopard geckos. It's simple, I will never use it. I knew early on in my research on … Continue reading Why you shouldn’t use sand for leopard geckos
Why is calcium so important for your leopard gecko? If you're reading this post, it means you're doing research on this subject, which is great. In this post I'll explain why your gecko needs to have calcium. It's really important that you provide your gecko with pure calcium. I have a little bottle cap in … Continue reading Why your gecko needs calcium