A fascinating fact about leopard geckos is that they have evolved to be able to lose and regrow their tails as a form of defence.
In the wild, leopard geckos are prey, so they can understandably be nervous at times when you are around. It is useful to know the
If you are new to owning a leopard gecko, you may be wondering the best way to pick them up. Leopard geckos can be timid,
Leopard geckos are frequently touted as the ideal beginners’ reptile, and it is easy to see why. Not only are they absolutely adorable, but compared
Back in November I announced that my blog has been nominated for a UK Blog award, and I am so thrilled to say that I
I have recently discovered a really easy way to keep my feeder insects hydrated, without causing excessive moisture, humidity and mould in their tubs, and
One of the most common things I get asked online is “what are your top tips for looking after leopard geckos?” and to follow up
When reading about feeding leopard geckos, you may keep coming across the term “gutloading,” but what does it mean, and why is it so important?
I am really excited to announce that my blog has been nominated for a UK Blog award under the categories Education and Nature/ Wildlife. Please
The cleaning frequency of any pet varies from owner to owner, so in this post I’m going to give an overview of my personal cleaning
Today I’m going to review mealworms, which is one of the most common and readily-available feeder insects out there. This was the first thing I
If you’re thinking about buying more than one leopard gecko, one of the first things you’ll wonder is whether you can house them together or