Free Leopard Gecko in Need of Rehabilitation

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Breed
Leopard Gecko
Date Born
Nov 3, 2020
Gender
Male
Price
Free
City
Hamilton
State
Ohio - OH
Zip Code
45011
Hello! I have a 6 month old leopard gecko I named Gren. He is a very sweet boy and of course loves his mealworms. I will admit I didn't know much about them when I bought him, and it has costed him. He has some MBD. The reason I and looking to hand him off is because keeping a leopard gecko is above my ability level. He currently has toe rot *i believe*, from a shedding injury and the vet said it may need to be amputated. I cannot afford it and I want him to be safe and happy and healthy! So he will need to go to the vet after you take him. Please do not take him for your kids! I really want someone who knows what they're doing with reptiles already. He's already been through so much at the fault of my own ignorance and I wouldn't feel comfortable giving him to someone inexperienced. He will come with a 20 gallon tank, 10 removable tiles as substrate, two bulbs and one bulb dome, three hides, two water dishes (one i use as a calcium bowl), a thermostat, disinfectant, water conditioner, calcium and a multivitamin, reptiboost, and a mealworm dish. He has a regular vet who is pretty cheap. It's $60 for a visit. I will provide his information as well. Message me on here for info and ask me for more pictures as well.
 

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myles.shedd133 said:
Hello! I have a 6 month old leopard gecko I named Gren. He is a very sweet boy and of course loves his mealworms. I will admit I didn't know much about them when I bought him, and it has costed him. He has some MBD. The reason I and looking to hand him off is because keeping a leopard gecko is above my ability level. He currently has toe rot *i believe*, from a shedding injury and the vet said it may need to be amputated. I cannot afford it and I want him to be safe and happy and healthy! So he will need to go to the vet after you take him. Please do not take him for your kids! I really want someone who knows what they're doing with reptiles already. He's already been through so much at the fault of my own ignorance and I wouldn't feel comfortable giving him to someone inexperienced. He will come with a 20 gallon tank, 10 removable tiles as substrate, two bulbs and one bulb dome, three hides, two water dishes (one i use as a calcium bowl), a thermostat, disinfectant, water conditioner, calcium and a multivitamin, reptiboost, and a mealworm dish. He has a regular vet who is pretty cheap. It's $60 for a visit. I will provide his information as well. Message me on here for info and ask me for more pictures as well.
Hello! I am currently running a rehab for reptiles and we've dealt with a lot of situations similar to this. Do you have any photos of his toes?
 
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Free Leopard Gecko in Need of Rehabilitation was posted on 05-24-2021 by myles.shedd133 in the Geckos forum.

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