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Geckos_Rock13

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My new gecko is acting very lethargic and I don't know if she is sleeping or if there is something wrong with her. I'm only 12 and I have no idea what to do. Should I take her to the vet, or should I wait it out. I would really like to know what is wrong. Does she has enough protein in her diet? She will only eat her Repashy.
Anything will help.
 
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tasanhalas

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My new gecko is acting very lethargic and I don't know if she is sleeping or if there is something wrong with her. I'm only 12 and I have no idea what to do. Should I take her to the vet, or should I wait it out. I would really like to know what is wrong. Does she has enough protein in her diet? She will only eat her Repashy.
Anything will help.
She can live by only eating Repashy. How log has she been like that?
 

acpart

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Gargoyle geckos spend a lot of time just sitting and not moving around. It's pretty normal. Many gargoyle geckos don't get it at first that crickets are food. What helps is to hold the gecko (if it will let you) and push a cricket at its mouth. It will bite the cricket and hopefully will eat it. Eventually it gets the idea that crickets taste good. Of course, there are some gargoyle geckos that don't like crickets, but the Repashy will be enough for it.

Aliza
 
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