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Under Quarantine…

Eleven is a new intake and recovering from veterinary treatment, so is currently in quarantine.

Eleven is a young leopard gecko of around 6 months old, they are currently too small to sex. They were surrendered to us after being abandoned with an ex-partner who was not equipped to care for them.

Their previous enclosure was a 2.5ft vivarium with paper towel and slate as substrate. They had an overhead heat bulb and various hides and were fed on crickets.

Eleven arrived underweight and dehydrated with a broken tail. There was an open wound at the site of the break. After visiting the vet, the tail was amputated, and they should make a full recovery. They are quite skittish to handle due to being young and unsocialised.

A cutie learning to trust again.

Care Requirements:

Eleven will need a 3ft vivarium as a minimum, to allow space to exercise and move around. An overhead heat source should be fitted with a suitable thermostat to maintain a warm-side temperature of 32-34C. The cool side should sit below 23-25C. A low-level UV bulb should be provided both for a day/night cycle and for UV – 5-7% ideally. Eleven should be fed 3 times per week using a range of live insect feeders, such as crickets, locusts and dubia roaches. These should be dusted with calcium and a calcium with Vitamin D3 powder alternatively.

Our care guide for leopard geckos can be found HERE.

Interested in Adoption?

Sorry, Eleven is currently UNAVAILABLE for adoption!

If you think Eleven might be the gecko for you, please complete the Adoption Application linked below and we’ll be in touch…