Faqs

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    How can I reserve a gecko?

    You can reserve any gecko with just a 20% non refundable deposit per gecko ( minimum £20 per gecko ) via Paypal, bank transfer or Revolut. Geckos will only be released for delivery/collection once full payment is received. Payment plans may be available on request.

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    When can my new gecko come home?

    Geckos will only be released for delivery/collection once they are 8 weeks old, a minimum of 20g in weight and are of good health.

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    Can my gecko be delivered to me?

    I can arrange couriering of the geckos to you through my preferred couriers throughout mainland England, Wales and Scotland.

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    Can I collect my gecko?

    Collection from the UK Doncaster shows is welcome. I will also be attending every Hamm show throughout the year so my geckos will also be available for my European friends to collect from these shows once they resume.

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    Is worldwide delivery available?

    Worldwide delivery is possible via a shipping agent at every Hamm and Houten show once they resume.

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    How much are the geckos?

    Prices and more information of each gecko can be requested by clicking on the "ASK PRICE / MORE INFO" button on each individual geckos details page. Alternatively, you can PM me via messenger on my DC Geckos Facebook page quoting the individual gecko ID numbers.

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    Where are you located?

    Swindon in Wiltshire, UK

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    How much is it to courier a gecko within the UK?

    These are the current courier costs for as many geckos as you like. Most of England from £25. Most of Wales from £35. Scotland starts from £70. Delivery to Northern Ireland may be possible from the Hamm & Houten shows when they resume. Price on request

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    What do you feed your geckos?

    All my hatchlings are raised on gut loaded mealworms.

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    What supplements do you use?

    I use a mix of Vionate and Osteoform SA calcium, offered to the geckos in a separate dish from the mealworms.

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    Can I house more than one gecko in the same enclosure?

    The short answer is NO. All my geckos are housed individually. I don't recommend any cohabiting of leopard geckos. Two males will fight to the death. Housing a male and female or two females together will eventually cause stress to the geckos and they will inevitably end up fighting and causing serious injury to one another, so it's just not worth the risk.

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    I have a question about my gecko……Can you help?

    I am always happy to help with any genuine enquiries, especially if its about a gecko you've had from me, so feel free to ask. However, there are a few simple questions that you kind find the answers very easily to by using Google images....like is my gecko male or female? Is my gecko ovulating? or is my gecko overweight? Many other questions you may have can be answered in my "Gecko Care" page on this site.

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    Can you tell me what morph my leopard gecko is as I don’t know the morph?

    This really is a question for the person who supplied you the gecko. If they didn't know the full genetics of the geckos parents then there is no way to tell 100% what morph your gecko is. Trusted breeders will be able to provide you with the full genetics of the geckos you buy from them. I always supply the full genetics of each gecko I release. I can also supply the parental genetics for every gecko on request.

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    What camera and lighting do you use for your photos?

    I use a Nikon 5200 dslr camera for the majority of my photos unless otherwise stated. I also use a homemade light box made from white furniture board. Most of my photos are taken in the evenings, so its just the room lighting and flash on the lowest setting. I set the camera up to give the truest colour to my geckos without overdoing it, so you can be assured that when you receive your geckos they will look as good, if not better, as the photos I take of them.

Bold het tremper, Leopard Gecko

Leopard Gecko Collection