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    I've heard of female leopard geckos not eating when ovulating in the spring, but I have a male that hasn't really been interested food ever since the weather got warmer (around mid-March). He eats sometimes but will go weeks without. He was 82 grams at the beginning of April and is now 79 grams. When should weight loss be alarming? I got him in January, so I don't know if this is his "norm". Is it just the time of year? Does anyone else have a male gecko who does this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TayKiren View Post
    I've heard of female leopard geckos not eating when ovulating in the spring, but I have a male that hasn't really been interested food ever since the weather got warmer (around mid-March). He eats sometimes but will go weeks without. He was 82 grams at the beginning of April and is now 79 grams. When should weight loss be alarming? I got him in January, so I don't know if this is his "norm". Is it just the time of year? Does anyone else have a male gecko who does this?
    Normally this increases appetite unless there is no control over the cool side? To answer your question, never experienced this with my males or females.
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