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All of our Mack Snow Leopard Geckos are bred in our shop in Kidlington, Oxfordshire.
Leopard geckos are lovely gentle animals with real personality, which make great pets. They are easy to care for and readily available in many different colours and patterns.
We are working towards improving the welfare of every pet reptile, which is why our expectations are so much higher than those of some other retailers and breeders. You want a healthy, happy pet and we know that our gecko habitats are a great way to achieve that! Please read our article on minimum standards (see the link in the main description below) to see why our habitats are the most effective on the market.
We don’t sell our animals online. Speak to our care team or visit us in store to purchase your reptile.
Our stock changes regularly so please contact us for the availability of this species.
Please read our article on minimum standards – it’s very important!
Mack Snow Leopard Geckos (Eublepharis macularius) are one of the very few gecko species that have eyelids. These geckos are hugely popular as pets, and are available in a wide range of colours and patterns.
In the wild this leopard gecko is found in Afghanistan, Pakistan, and north-west India in dry, rocky grasslands and desert areas. They spend the hottest part of the day hiding under rocks, and emerge at dawn and dusk to bask, feed, and interact with others geckos and animals.
These geckos eat invertebrates in the wild, and in captivity are quite happy on a diet of crickets, mealworms, locusts, cockroaches and calci worms; waxworms may be fed as a treat, but are extremely fatty, so should not form the greater portion of the diet. It’s impossible to completely replicate the wild diet, but the wider a range of food that’s presented to them, the healthier and happier they will be.
These particular leopard geckos are long lived, docile, good to handle and very handsome – an ideal pet to any reptile fan.
In keeping this particular gecko, you will need to try and replicate the warm and dry environment it’s used to. This can be achieved by using an undertank heating pad or tape. A simple low-watt light can be used to replicate daytime. Leopard geckos are active at night, but do not need lighting for this.