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I am a 13-year-old reptile enthusiast. I have written several care guides published on my site, herphusbandry.weebly.com, and one for Western Fence Lizards (Sceloporous occidentalis) that was published in the jan/feb issue of Reptiles magazine, as Herper's Most Wanted. If you saw it, let me know what you thought!

I have 0.2 leopard geckos, and I'm currently incubating 1 egg. I'm expecting 2 more.
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I have a 1 year old (and three months) leopard gecko. He lives in a 25 gallon and I use two domes, one for a CHE and on a dimming thermostat, and the other, a nano UVB (I also provide the appropriate calcium with and without D3). He's been doing good, but this morning I woke up and both domes and lights won't work. I'm set to leave town on Saturday and in my town, I don't have a way to get back up he
Hey I copied your post about a prolapse and sent it to apart who know a lot about geckos and here was the response.
Griff's Geckos
Griff's Geckos
I understand that the vet doesn't have an appointment till next week but, this is a true emergency and your friend should call back the vet and tell them that this gecko needs to be seen right away as an emergency. If the exotics vet still won't budge, have your friend go to a regular vet as an emergency.
Griff's Geckos
Griff's Geckos
I know they can't necessarily do much, but perhaps they'll be motivated to contact an exotics vet and do a telehealth visit. It's really crucial that this gecko gets to a vet ASAP.
Griff's Geckos
Griff's Geckos
Sorry all of the one message would not fit in one post. I hope your leopard gecko gets better.
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?
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