If you knew that nearly 86.5% geckos die very young and within two years of their captivity, then you’re going to discover in this message how to stop that from happening. True, it’s not easy to raise a Tokay gecko as pet.
With the geckos originally coming from deserts, the biggest problem that most owners face is creating the right kind of environment for the gecko to comfortably grow up in outside their natural habitat.
Moreover, owners are often confused with the lack of genuine information on how to take proper care of the geckos, particularly during the first 24 months of their lives, and how to handle them correctly, what to feed them, how to take care of common illnesses and so on.
Because of these two major problems, raising a Tokay gecko as pet often turns into a sad experience. Many geckos die too young, and most often, such untimely death is attributed to lack of correct knowledge on the part of the owners.
I know the insider-secrets of how to bring up Tokay geckos perfectly and that is exactly what I am going to share with you, right here in this message.
My name is Elizabeth Tan. I fell in love with Tokay geckos when I was just a kid. A small group of family members and friends knew about this passion of mine.
So, word went around that I was some kind of an “expert” on Tokay geckos. Then slowly and slowly, I started getting swamped with questions from gecko owners.
Most of these queries were extremely worried owners, who were seeking my suggestions on what to do with their pets that were in problem or were behaving unusually.
You won’t believe how I started getting frantic calls at odd hours… Read more…