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please repost this care sheet with the right info. thank you.Posted by Anonymous, Sep 26, 2019 02:04 PM I want t know where I can get a gargoyle geck

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please repost this care sheet with the right info. thank you.
Posted by Anonymous, Sep 26, 2019 02:04 PM

I want t know where I can get a gargoyle gecko in redding,cottonwood, or red bluff california can you help me
Posted by Anonymous, Feb 4, 2019 06:42 PM

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how much can the price of the geckos range i am looking into buying one soon
Posted by Anonymous, Sep 6, 2018 09:24 PM

pretty sure this is just copy and pasted off of the crested gecko care sheet. Also gargoyle geckos can regrow their tails.
Posted by Anonymous, Jun 21, 2018 05:03 PM

I’ve kept gargoyle breeding group at my store for eight years and never had any serious problems with aggression between the three females and one male in an 18″ cube enclosure. In that entire time only one tail has been dropped. So long as they are well fed and have plenty of hiding areas groups seem to do just fine.
Posted by Anonymous, Mar 8, 2018 04:49 PM

“I might be older then a lot of others on this forum but I used to try to keep Day Geckos way back in 1980’s but many would not survive over the long, long term, especially thru breeding. Once I started using the Repashy Food I started having success over the long Chicago Winters here with the animals surviving and loss rates nearly zero. Before Repashy, husbandry in many cold climates was just impossible. For the posters who question the accuracy of info; anything Mr. Repashy says is likely accurate as he revolutionized the husbandry and reptile collecting of many Gecko species.
Keeping aggressive animals apart is part of reptile husbandry well-known to most reptile keepers. Sometimes I can get some nice agreeable geckos that live together in pairs. I am new to Gargoyles, so I will let you know later on their aggressiveness in pairs. Thank you Mr Repashy for keeping my 8 Geckos healthy over many years.
Posted by Anonymous, Jun 5, 2017 01:04 AM

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Thanks for the info…I love reptiles !!
Posted by Carlos, Feb 13, 2017 10:36 AM

this site helped me a lot
Posted by Anonymous, Dec 4, 2015 12:45 PM

I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW IF IT WOULD HARM MY GARGOYLE GECKO IF I PUT ANY APPLE CIDER VINAGAR INTO HER TANK TO GET RID OF THE FRUIT FLYS IN THERE ,CAN FRUTI LFLYS HURT HER I LOVE HER AND DONT WANT NOTHING TO HURT HER PLEASE COULD YOU LET ME KNOW ,THANK YOU MY GARGOYLE GECKOS NAME IS CHA CHEE ,I LOVE HER VERY MUCH .
Posted by Anonymous, Oct 15, 2015 07:50 AM

guys i’m really confused, i’m considering getting a gargoyle, and was also wondering as to whether they need any kind of immunization shots. please give some useful help, as i am weighing up the pros and cons. Thanks in advanced for the advice..
Posted by Anonymous, Sep 25, 2015 12:18 PM

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“Uh, was this lifted wholesale from a crested gecko care sheet, with “”gargoyle”” substituted for “”crested””?

“” In nature, gargoyle geckos will usually lose their tails and end up with a tiny pointed tail nub. “Taillessness” is a normal condition for adults gargoyle geckos. In captivity, hobbyists like their gargoyle geckos with tails, but this requires keeping animals individually and pampered to prevent tail loss.””

Gargoyle geckos regen their tails. Including the above was just lazy. =P
Posted by Anonymous, Feb 21, 2014 07:33 AM

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