I have been keeping reptiles for nearly 15 years; gargoyle geckos for 5 of them.
We are dedicated to optimal husbandry and responsible breeding of Rhacodactylus auriculatus, commonly known as the gargoyle gecko.
We offer transparency in bloodlines, fine attention to detail, and implement evidence-based practices. We breed only exceptionally colored, structurally sound animals. We do not breed siblings, parent to offspring, or knowingly related animals, and go back as far as possible in the lineage to actively avoid it. Lots of breeders do this and don't disclose this, which is fine for them, but I would like to make it clear that I do not.
We only keep captive-bred animals in our collection; we screen and quarantine new animals for parasites. We have no snakes, or Abronia. We do not feed commercially bred crickets, which are often a source of pinworms.