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  • I have two female leopard geckos who from what I can tell they have never ovulated. It is around the time for ovulation and they show no signs of ovulating. I am giving them plenty of calcium and they are the right age. What is the issue?
    I have a female leopard gecko that I bred with my male. I saw them breed and separated them into their own tanks. I read that she would lay her eggs 16 to 22 days after copulation. It is now the twenty eighth day and she still has not laid her eggs.I can see her eggs and I am providing her with a moist laying box. I am keeping her right beside my male and they can see each other could this be stressing her out.
    Griff's Geckos
    Griff's Geckos
    Also from what I can tell she has no symptoms of being egg bound because she is eating fine is active and does not have a bloated stomach. I am new to this and it is my first time. Any advice would be appreciated.
    I have a leopard gecko that is overweight. I need to put her on a diet. I was wondering if I should just not feed her, if I should feed her less than what than what I have been feeding her before I noticed, or feed her something entirely different. I have been feeding her 2 to 3 superstorms every other night. What should I do.
    Griff's Geckos
    Griff's Geckos
    thanks so much for the help
    M
    Millie2310
    Just jumping in here! I would recommend not feeding your gecko foods such as waxworms / mealworms too often as they're high in fat, but low in protein and nutrients. Instead, crickets and locusts are preferable :)
    Griff's Geckos
    Griff's Geckos
    Thanks for the help ill try that
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