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Zoo Med Reptihabitat Leopard Gecko Kit - 10 GALLON

Zoo Med Reptihabitat Leopard Gecko Kit - 10 GALLON


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Create a comfortable habitat for your Leopard Gecko with the ZooMed ReptiHabitat Leopard Gecko Kit. This kit includes everythingyou need to give your scaly friend a proper home, including UVlighting and heat lamps, an analog thermometer to maintaintemperature, sand bedding, and food samples, ensuring a healthydiet. A built in screen top provides easy access to the habitat andkeeps your reptile safely inside. Built in screen top Analog reptile thermometer keeps heat consistent Includes a Mini Combo Deep Dome Lamp Fixture, 60-watt DaylightBlue lamp & 60-watt Nightlight Red lamp to provide light andheat Contains a 10-lb bag of Reptisand to furnish habitat Water and food dish inside Includes Reptivite reptile vitamins, Repti Calcium andReptisafe Water Conditioner samples Care of Leopard Geckos book Size: 20"Lx10"Wx12"H - 10 gallon see more...

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Zoo Med Reptihabitat Leopard Gecko Kit - 10 GALLON
Zoo Med Reptihabitat Leopard Gecko Kit - 10 GALLON
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Katie H.
Kingston, PA
46 reviews
I can tell just by looking at it that this does not give all you need to properly take care of a Leo. I looked up the details so I could actually break it down.
- The tank; it gives you a standard 10 gallon tank which is not large enough even for a single Leo. They need a 20 gallon long tank.
- The Desert sand; Leopard geckos should absolutely not be kept on ANY type of sand. They can ingest it and it can cause an impaction which can kill them. If you've seen your own gecko or someone else's hunt, they practically dive to catch their food and every time they do that, they're getting a mouthful of sand.
- The food/water dishes; the water one would be useful but I think food dishes are useless. I tong-feed all seven of my Leos so I know that no food items are left in the tank to nibble at their toes or eyes. A lot of people use bowls for meal worms but they can still turn into beetles and climb out or they'll just die from lack of food (this isn't good for your gecko, the healtheir the food, the healtheir your pet will be).
-Thermometer; please don't use the stick on kind! Get a temp-gun or a normal thermometer with a metal backing and leave in on the hot side of the tank so you can monitor the heat they're actually feeling, not the temp of the air.
- Lamp fixture/bulbs; again, useless. Leopards need BELLY heat to digest their food so an under tank heater (UTH) is your best option. These can be left on all night too so no worrying about turning them off. But if you aren't feeding too late at night, they don't need heat overnight, just give them a few hours to digest. You just need a thermostat or light dimmer to control the amount of heat that is put out.
- Guide book; I haven't read this one but I wouldn't trust it if this company is trying to sell all this crap to you.
- Water conditioner; So unnecessary, use distilled water or filtered tap water and you'll be just fine.
- ReptiCalcium; if this has Vitamin D3 then you'll also need to get pure calcium to leave in your gecko's tank at all times for them to lick as they need it. NEVER keep D3 in their tanks as they can overdose and die, only use D3 with food every week or so.
- Reptivite; Some people swear by it, I don't think it's necessary if you're feeding healthy, gut-loaded insects and giving them their calcium.

TL;DR: Please don't waste your money on this, you get literally two items that you can actually use. You can make a much better and safer home for your pet by buying what they need separately and doing some research!
Michelle K.
Washington, NJ
316 reviews
This is not an ideal habitat for a gecko. They are expensive and it doesn't provide the ideal living environment. My gecko died one week after putting him in the new tank.
Alex S.
Perrysville, OH
1 review
This was a good idea but this is not a good starter kit. I own a leopard gecko and they will eat sand. Never keep them on sand or they will die from sand impaction
Victoria T.
Waterloo, ON
80 reviews
Just bought this kit for my new gecko and he seems to really love it! It comes with all the necessities, and every easy to assemble everything.
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