1. Inspect the Leopard Gecko
Regularly check for any signs of injury, illness, or parasites to make sure your gecko is healthy and comfortable.
Provide a variety of nutritious food appropriate for a leopard gecko's diet, such as insects, worms, and other commercial diets specifically formulated for leopard geckos.
3. Clean the Habitat
Clean and disinfect your leopard gecko's habitat regularly to ensure a safe, healthy environment for your reptile.
4. Provide Proper Lighting and Temperature
Leopard geckos require specific lighting and temperature requirements to thrive, so make sure you're providing the necessary environment for your gecko.
5. Medical Care
Make sure you take your leopard gecko to the vet regularly for checkups and any necessary treatments, such as worming or vaccinations.
6. Additional Supplies
Make sure to always have on hand any additional supplies your leopard gecko may need, such as rocks and hides for basking, a container of water, and calcium supplements.
7. Mental Stimulation
Provide mental stimulation for your leopard gecko by providing toys or offering interactive activities, such as supervised time outdoors.
8. Careful Handling
Always handle your leopard gecko with care, as they can easily be harmed if not handled properly.