Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

Crestie Behavior

Collapse
X
 
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • Crestie Behavior

    I got my male crested gecko, Ichabod, about a year and a half ago from a reptile expo. He's always been a bit flighty and fast (he's always trying to run up to my shoulders) but lately he's not even been letting me get him out of his cage. I can't get a hold of him without worrying I'll hurt him and today when I was trying to get him out so I could clean his cage he started wagging his tail at me. The only thing that's changed is that earlier this summer I moved from Ohio to Florida and he went on a little roadtrip with me, but this behavior has only started fairly recently. Should I start over with him and treat him like a new geck, or are some geckos just not amenable to handling?

    On another note, he looks very small but he's 30g and has been holding steady there for a while. Is that a good weight for a nearly two year old male?

  • #2
    He could gain a bit more weight, 35 is a healthy weight for an adult male, especially if he is breeding. What is he feeding on?
    He's hit his sexual maturity, so maybe he's lonely this breeding season.
    Grippin Geckos Canada
    4.7.1⚥? - Correlophus Ciliatus
    1.1.0⚥? - Mniarogekko Chahoua
    0.1.1⚥? - Rhacodactylus Auriculatus... and MORE...

    http://www.grippingeckos.com/
    https://www.facebook.com/Grippin-Gec...9775225992793/

    Comment


    • #3
      He's eating Pangea banana and papaya and he seems to like it. He's not overly interested in insects, he used to take a cricket or two but showed no interest in the dubia I had and then wasn't much for any insects. He's definitely not breeding so maybe he's just all excited for lady gecks.

      Comment

      Working...
      X