Your cart

The ROVR Blog — gecko RSS

Pet Health Tip: Cricket Food

Pet reptiles get the nutrients they need to be healthy from the crickets and worms we feed them, so it's important that the crickets and worms eat something that makes them as nutritious as possible for our pet reptiles. We've added Fluker's High Calcium Cricket Diet to help make this task easy. Check it out here.

Continue reading →

Caring for Leopard Geckos

  Leopard Geckos are the most common reptile kept as pets. They are extremely easy to care for and can be quite friendly. Please keep in mind that these guys have been known to live for 15-25 years so they would be considered a long-term commitment, albeit a low-maintenance one. If possible, try to adopt when choosing a Leopard Gecko as there are many that are passed on from one owner to the next, mainly due to their longevity. Leopard Geckos grow to a size of about 6-8 inches including their tail and are best suited to a 10-20 gallon terrarium. The terrarium setup should include an infrared or night heat lamp, a hiding/sleeping area, a water dish and other...

Continue reading →

General things to keep in mind when feeding your pet reptile

Feeding your reptile is one of the most enjoyable experiences in having a pet reptile. It is one of the main ways- sometimes the only way- you can connect with your reptile. Of course various reptiles require various diets, however there are some commonalities in the requirements of most of them. Some of these include: FEEDING THE FOOD- your reptile is not merely eating the food you are giving him. He is also eating whatever you are feeding the food you are giving him. This is why it is very important to feed the bugs a good diet before feeding them to your pet. A good diet for crickets and most of the worms consists of some whole wheat germ,...

Continue reading →