Houdini

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Under Quarantine…

Houdini is still in quarantine to put on weight, so is currently unavailable for adoption.

Houdini is a juvenile, super hypo-melanistic leopard gecko who is currently too young to be sexed. They were surrendered as their owner no longer had time to care for them.

They were kept in a vivarium of unknown size and condition and was fed on hoppers.

Houdini is a fussy eater and currently underweight, so is still in quarantine.

They are handleable but very quick, which is normal for a young leopard gecko.

An adorable lizard in need of some TLC!


Care Requirements:

Houdini 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. Nemo should be fed 2-3 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, Houdini is currently UNAVAILABLE for adoption.

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