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Can anyone take this gecko to the vet? (Apollo Beach)

Can anyone take this gecko to the vet? 1 thumbnailCan anyone take this gecko to the vet? 2 thumbnailCan anyone take this gecko to the vet? 3 thumbnailCan anyone take this gecko to the vet? 4 thumbnailCan anyone take this gecko to the vet? 5 thumbnailCan anyone take this gecko to the vet? 6 thumbnailCan anyone take this gecko to the vet? 7 thumbnail
Hi. I have a 2+ year old male gecko who I've been trying to rehome for months. His name is Onyx. I received him Christmas 2022.

We were told by the previous owner that he was born with a defect, not sure if he was born with it or not.

The defect is at the base of his tail,in the
pictures you can kinda see. Message me for more pics.

New owner must be able to take him to an exotic vet to see if there's anything they can do. Or,you can try to help him yourself if you're comfortable. I can't afford to right now.

I did try to help him myself a few months back and successfully removed a ball of yellow tissue /it was very hard. I have pics of it.

Rehome fee of 20 to ensure he is not snake food.

-I also have other geckos for rehome without issues,hatchlings and adults,who've also been looking for a new home for months(since January or Febraury for one of them). I want them out of my rack system and into pet homes where they can have a lot more space (no genetics- and 20 each for those ones to)

I might consider trades ,let me know what you have. Very interested in frogs,fish,reptiles ,and other geckos.

No enclosures included (rack system) you will receive them in a small container with airholes.

Must be knowledgeable and able to improve their lives. I don't want them getting MBD or suffering .

Text for more info ,anytime.

Thank you for reading :)

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