As a Gargoyle Gecko breeder, I'm often asked if Gargoyle Geckos can live with other reptiles. You see, Gargoyle Geckos are solitary creatures by nature, and they don't play well with others. Cohabiting Gargoyle Geckos with other reptiles can lead to stress, injuries, and disease transmission. So, unless you're looking to create a reptilian version of Grey's Anatomy, it's best to keep them separate. Breeding is the only time it's ok to keep a male and female together, still keeping an eye on them of course.
To keep your Gargoyle Gecko happy and healthy, give them their own space. A spacious enclosure with plenty of hiding spots and climbing structures is essential. Think of it as the ultimate bachelor pad for your Gecko - all the amenities they need in one place. By providing a suitable home for your Gargoyle Gecko, you can avoid the reptilian drama and enjoy the peace of mind that comes with a happy, healthy pet.
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Jessica Saunders has been an integral member of the BHB Reptiles team since 2014, where she has exhibited exceptional dedication and expertise in her role. As a skilled professional, she has successfully cultivated and expanded our gecko breeding program into one of the most recognized and respected in the world. Her efforts have contributed significantly to diversifying the range of species that we work with, thereby enhancing BHB's reputation as a leader in the gecko breeding industry.
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