Available Animals

Our available animals are always changing and we often have several in quarantine that are not ready for adoption. If there is a species you are interested in, please contact us. Many of our animals have come from abusive or neglectful situations. Because we have worked hard with our foster homes to get these animals as healthy as possible, we have developed certain requirements for our adoptive homes. These requirements have been developed with the animal's health and security in mind and are species-specific. We love to teach about proper care and husbandry, so even if you have never had a reptile, we can help you find the perfect pet! If you are interested in adopting, fostering, or have any other questions please contact us at GenesisReptileRescue@gmail.com

Name: Steve

Species: Leopard gecko

Morph: Normal

Sex: Unknown

Age: approx. 9-12 mos

Steve is an active young leopard gecko. He likes to explore his enclosure and climb on his driftwood. He is a very enthusiastic eater and loves mealworms, crickets and the occasional small dubia roach or wax worm. He has an awesome personality and loves to look out of his enclosure. Steve is still working on being handled, so he will need someone with a bit of patience.

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Name: TrailMix

Species: Leopard gecko

Morph: Normal

Sex: Unknown

Age: approx. 1 year

TrailMix is a derp. He struggles to catch his crickets and can’t figure out a bowl. He also has problems with his humid-hide and often needs help getting stuck shed off his toes. TrailMix will need someone with experience or someone willing to put in the time to learn about common leopard gecko issues. He can be a rewarding little dude and his derpy-ness only adds to his charm. We will be happy to work with an interested person to teach them about the specific care he requires.

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Name: Quigonn Jinn

Species: Crested Gecko

Morph: Normal/ poss. Patternless

Sex: Unknown

Age: under 1 year

Quigonn is still young and still growing. S/he is an avid hunter and often waits near the food bowl for mealworms or crickets. Quigonn is very shy when it comes to being handled, so s/he will need someone that can be patient with that.

Name: Potato & Chubs

Species: Chubby Frog

Age: approx 6 mos- 1yr

morph: normal

Gender: unknown

 

Potato & Chubs are undemanding little pets. They are active at night and hide in the dirt during the day. They are fairly quiet for frogs but they can be heard squeaking occasionally. Potato and Chubs will eat a variety of feeder insects and should be housed in a warm, humid environment. A large water bowl should also be provided. They will tolerate gentle handling occasionally as well.

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Name: Eli

Species: Crested Gecko

Age: under 1 year

Morph: Normal

Gender: Unknown

 

Eli is a young crested gecko with a bit of an attitude. S/he is very shy and does not to be handled, as is fairly common with young cresties. With a bit of patience, Eli could come to enjoy being handled. S/he is a good eater and active, usually at night. Eli will make a beautiful, rewarding pet for the right person.

Name: Multiple 

Species: Mourning Gecko

Age: under 1 year

Morph: Normal

Gender: Female 

 

We have multiple mourning geckos available. These are fascinating little ladies, and we can be certain that they are ladies because the entire species is female. That’s right, there are no male mourning geckos. They reproduce through a process called Parthenogenesis. Which in layman’s terms means they are basically all clones. Once matured they will start laying fertile eggs two at a time on a regular basis.  They are relatively hardy and easy to care for, provided that you have a very secure enclosure for them as they are quite small. So if you would like to have your own tiny little gecko clone army perhaps mourning geckos are the pet for you!

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