Adoption Details For Star!

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Date Created:
12/12/2022 10:43:08 PM
3 Year(s) 7 Month(s) Old
Primary Breed:
Leopard Gecko
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0 lbs

Hello! My name is Star because I shine so bright!

I am a great eater and I am very easy to handle. I enjoy going to adoption events to be handled.

So a little more about me, if cared for right, I can live up to 20 years and grow as long as 10 inches! I may be a small lizard but I'm a big commitment.

Unlike other geckos, I don’t have sticky fingers to climb up walls. I am fairly delicate but hardy, though if scared I can drop my tail. This means I lose my fat reserves. It will grow back but it's better if I never lose it in the first place. A fat tail means that I am healthy!

I am nocturnal so I like to eat and socialize in the evening with my people. I am also an insectivore, which means I love eating a variety of bugs! Most importantly, I need to be habitat all by myself. We do not cohabitate, even if another gecko is the opposite gender. It’s a no-no!

I came into the shelter small, sick, and starving so they asked the good people at SBRSC to care for me. It took a long time to get me back to a healthy state but I am doing fine now and my colors are even starting to show again!

If you think we may be a good match, or you would like to get to know me better, please click the Adoption Application button below and an adoption counselor will reach back out to you!

1- We can only accept applications from interested parties who are in or near San Diego County, California at this time.
2- We do not ship reptiles but we may be willing to work with you if you are willing to travel if you are still in Southern California.
3- #2 will depend on the animal that you are applying for and is at the discretion of the board of directors.

Quick Reference Guide

Animal Type
Leopard Gecko
Leopard geckos are a crepuscular, ground-dwelling lizard native to semi-desert and arid grassland areas of Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, and Nepal. They are 7-10″ (17-25 cm) long, with females generally being smaller. In captivity leopard geckos are known to live long lives: 15-20 years on average.
Difficulty Notes
Basking Temp
Ambient Temp
Lowest Temp
Temp Notes
Diet Notes
UVA Intensity
UVB Intensity
Ferguson Zone
Lighting Notes
A typical leopard gecko does best with a fergusson zone of 0.5 – 1.5 however albinos should be limited to 0.5 – 0.7.
Enclosure Size
Medium Terrestrial
Enclosure Notes
A low flat enclosure with lots of ground space to roam is best. Enclosures of 36" wide by 18 inches deep and 12 inces high are a good a readily availalbe starting size.
Sand/Soil Mix
Substrate Notes
Dry substrates that wont hold on to too much humidity is preferred. never use calcium sand or any sand that has dyes.
Low (0-30%)
Humidity Notes
Leopard geckos should have an ambient hunmidity of 30-40% but also access to a humid hide of 70-80% so that they can self regulate. This is especially important to promote good shedding.

Animal Reference Material:

Category Title AnimalType Breed
Animal Care *SBRSC Leopard Gecko Information Guide for Adoption Lizard Leopard Gecko
Animal Care Leopard Gecko Care: Housing, Feeding and Handling Lizard Leopard Gecko
Animal Care Lizard UVB Lighting: What you need to know! Lizard
Blog [VIDEO] Is a Leopard Gecko right for me? Lizard Leopard Gecko
Blog Custom Large Lizard Enclosure Considerations Lizard