Hi! Thank you for your reply. I ended up buying him and so far he seems happy. I bought him some hideaways, fed him super worms, and he loves his heading pad. At the moment he’s getting used to my touch but he just pooped now and everything seemed fine with him so I think we did good with this oneReptile bark isn't the first choice for leopard geckos, but from what I can see of him, he looks a good weight and healthy. I would ask if you can handle him and check him out for any physical issues before buying, of course, but if you like him, I say go for it.
Here's a good article with pictures about diseases in geckos that you might find useful when examining him:
In this post, we will discuss common leopard gecko illnesses and diseases, their causes and tips for treatments.We will cover MBD, prolapse, tail rot etc.www.lizards101.com
And this is my fav setup and care sheet. Note that substrate like paper towels is recommended, especially if this is your first. Saves you worrying about them accidentally swallowing a piece!
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