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    Hi we have a young murphy leopard gekko called Alby.As part of bonding I take him out in the evening and let him have a little run about.He like climbing up things right now but its very fast and im worried about touching his tail.He already dropped it due to a few anxiety issue when we first got him weeks ago. Im think if getting a leash so we can catch him if he tries to peg it. Has anyone's ever used these. Are they safe? Tia

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    you would be better to gecko proof a room or put him in a big plastic bin.

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    Ok thanks ive been putting him in the washing basket.I could close the doors in the hall and let him wander as theres nowhere to hide. He just seem to get so bored innhis viv all day

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    they love toilet paper tubes and climbing on books.

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    I don't feel too good about these. Small animal leashes for reptiles or hamsters and bunnies are more likely to hurt the animal than bigger animals like dogs wearing them. Your small animal has much thinner skin, much more sensitive organs and bones, and is much more flexible than the modern dog. You have no idea how hard is too hard with lizards and small pets because, unlike dogs, they can get out of anything that has a cm of breathing room, which increases the chances you'll squish those little bones and organs.

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