Sometimes leopard geckos are born blind due to congenital issues and other
times trauma or other ... Only you can keep your gecko happy and healthy. And
Leopard geckos are inquisitive lizards that are fairly easy to keep. ... breeders
have websites where you can learn about, select and purchase healthy leopards,
Crested gecko health is easy to maintain. Starting with a healthy gecko minimizes
the chances of diseases or other health problems.
A gecko in optimal health will have clear, bright eyes which are equal in size. ...
issues and watch to make sure it is feeding normally and leaving healthy
droppings. ... You can help your gecko heal well from a tail drop by keeping its
When buying a new leopard gecko you should select one that looks healthy and
is ... to break off, however it can be treated with neosporin to prevent infection.
Apr 19, 2011 ... He said she could be permanently blind, but recommended an antibiotic eye ...
But for the one eye, she looked like a happy, healthy leopard gecko with a fat tail.
.... Gecko Time understands why people enjoy keeping geckos.
It's kind of glued his eyes shut now, so he's blind most of the time. ... them like this
because they were both so healthy just a year ago and theyre really not that old.
... If you bring him somewhere to show you keep that in mind.
Nov 20, 2015 ... Leopard geckos are relatively easy reptiles to keep as pets. ... Healthy geckos
tend to have bright, clear eyes, a thick tail that is at least as thick ...
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Jan 8, 2010 ... Force feeding, because your gecko hasnt eaten for 2 days is a NO NO. we are
talking if ... and have had great results with it very healthy geckos but you must
make sure you don't ... If not you just keep putting diet on his nose.
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Aug 14, 2013 ... In this video, he shares seven tips about caring for a leopard gecko. ... So, to
keep them happy and healthy, you have to give them, not only a hide .... will not
only mess up their sleeping cycle, but also blind them over time.