This handsome lad arrived in our care after being found as a stray, very underweight and in poor condition. After some TLC and good food he is now ready for his new home.
Django is OK to handle but will require an owner who is knowledgeable about the care of leopard geckos and has experience of owning them as this little lad isn't the best at catching his food so sometimes requires some help.
He is not a beginner pet and would not suit a home with young children as these geckos can drop their tails when they get scared.
Leopard geckos require an adequately sized enclosure as well as the correct lighting, heat, humidity and diet, including supplements. They are carnivores and require a diet of gut-loaded insects like locusts and crickets.
Then how about these wee beauties...