*11/15/21 – Baby, its cold outside!!!! Just in time to close for winter…we finally managed to get some geckos listed. Wednesday 11/17/21 is our last available ship date until after the Christmas Holiday. We will resume shipping to select areas beginning December 27th. Please keep in mind that the temperatures on your end as well as at our stopover hub must fall within the safe range for live-animal shipping. If temperatures either on your end or at the stopover location are not at a minimum of 40F for the daily low, your gecko shipment will be postponed for more favorable weather. Your gecko will not ship automatically. You will be contacted after purchase to arrange your ship date. If temperatures are too low in your area or at the stopover hub, we will inform you that shipment will need to be postponed and you will be contacted via email on December 26th to either coordinate a shipment that week (if temperature allows) or to inform you that shipment will continue to be postponed due to weather. Its not uncommon for animals to be placed on winter hold until well into March, sometimes April, so please keep this in mind when purchasing a gecko over the winter months. You may be in for a long wait. Please DO NOT purchase a live animal from us if you are not willing to wait for safe shipping temperatures. We DO NOT offer refunds due to weather.
Local pick up in Los Angeles is always welcome and will be available throughout the winter months. If you would like to pick your gecko up, please contact us to schedule a time and date.*
The color & pattern on this young man are just out of this world! Dad is a UK import, mom was produced in house. The kids from this pairing just never disappoint. Fritz is rich with color and pattern, and all those beautiful white marks have a good chance of spreading out with age. This little fella has cornerstone male written all over him. 9g with visible pores under 30x loupe, so we’re calling Fritz a probable male. Were you hoping for a female? Check out his sister Fitch, also posted in our available geckos section. The two are practically twins!