I got a leopard gecko about 2-3 weeks ago, he seems healthy and happy, he runs about and seems okay.
Im just seeing lots of mixed reviews online about how to take care of them.
Like for example: Some people say the leopard geckos need a UVB light to live (I have a UV Black light already)
And other people say it's un-needed and it makes the vivarium too hot.
Is there a "perfect" or atleast "By the books" definition and advice page or place where I can be sure Im taking care of my gecko.
Also I usually place my cage next to a window on the back side of my house, where no sunlight shines, just ambient light.
Is this a good thing? Or should I keep the blinds shut. My sister's baby leopard gecko is far from any window or natural area, and he seems to be depressed and unhappy, Constantly hiding in his house, never really coming out, my sis's gecko also fails to eat ANY form of waxworm/mealworm.
Can geckos really "hate" some types of food? My sis's gecko has been eating them fine about until a week ago. Now he just eats crickets.