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    Smile Leopard Gecko Shedding


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    This is a really simple question 😂 how can you tell when your leopard gecko is going into shed?

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    When your leo is about ready to shed the gecko's skin takes on a grayish look. At this point the leo's skin is loosening up.

    Then the leo starts rubbing up against cage furniture to begin shedding.
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    And I started this thread in this category becuase I couldn't find a shedding category

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    My Daisy looks ashy and scratches her face against one of her hides until she brakes a piece of skin off and that's when the fun begins it doesn't last long if any 10 mins before she has devoured her old skin

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    My gecko, Toots, shed a few days ago. I had no idea what was going on until she came out of the moist hide with part of her face already completed. It looks like there isn't much to worry about. Let them do their thing ��

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