We, at J-tag Herps, are based in rural Saskatchewan, not too far from Regina. 2012 breeding season was very successful for us, and we would like to thank our customers for making it that way!
The 2013 season is well under way as we already have some hatchlings. We are anticipating a great breeding season for 2013, with many more leopard gecko morphs to come, as well as other reptiles! Check back often!
We are more then happy to answer any questions you have and try to help you out the best way that we can! Don't be shy, email, text or call us for anything you think of!
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July 13th, 2013: Leopard Geckos now for sale ! We unfortunately will not be able to attend the Western Canadian Reptile Expo as anticipated, and as such will now be releasing our hatchlings for sale!!
January 26th, 2013: We have hatchlings! Two great looking leopard geckos, a phantom and a tremper albino, hatched yesterday.
January 10th, 2013: And so it begins! We have quite a few eggs already in the incubator, and could not be more excited for this season! We should be seeing hatchlings next month! Keep checking back =)
November 25th, 2012: We are sold out! All of our juvenile leopard geckos have been purchased. Check out Prairie Aquatics and Exotics in Regina for the last few that we produced this season.
October 18th, 2012: Leopard gecko morphs expected this coming breeding season:Dreamsicle, Creamsicle, RAPTORs, Mack Snow RAPTORS, Mack Super Snows, Enigmas, Novas, giant RAPTORs, giant Dreams, Mack Snow RAPTORs, Sunglows, Phantoms, much much more and some surprises too!
August 18, 2012: We are planning our trip to the WCRE: If you cannot make it and know of something there that you want, let us know and we would be more than happy to pick it up and bring it back to Saskatchewan.
July 13th, 2012: Group delivery to Saskatoon planned for July 29th!So far, delivery is at $20 a person, and it can only get cheaper!
June 23rd, 2012: We finally hatched out Super Snows! Our odds weren't looking good with the other sets of eggs, but yesterday we welcomed to gorgeous girls!
June 18th, 2012: We have Albino Honduran Milk snake eggs!Our female laid her first clutch, we should get a couple nice babies in a few months.
May 3rd 2012: SALE ON NOW! Today and tomorrow ONLY! Phantoms and Sunglows on sale, see 'Available Reptiles' for details.
April 29th 2012: The female Albino Honduran Milk snake is ovulating! Shouldnt be much longer before we see a clutch in the lay box.
April 24th 2012: Our rainwater group is breeding! Our Rainwater x Super Snow het Rainwater pair has laid 3 sets of eggs now, and we should be seeing some Rainwater Albino Snow hatchlings soon.
March 9th 2012: More geckos hatching out every day! A variety of sunglows, phantoms, albinos and hypo tangerines, with others to come.
February 22nd 2012: Our first geckos of the season hatched today! They were two gorgeous, healthy sunglows!
February 10th 2012: Only a week or two left! We candled our first batch of eggs today, they are developing well! Should have a couple babies soon.
January 5th 2012: Eggs are in the incubator! We found 2 eggs, and 3 more females are eggy! Its an early season this year!
January 1st 2012: Happy New Year!!
We hope that 2012 is an awesome year for some cool creations!
December 21st : Well, breeding season is officially here for us!
Males are shakin' around!
We Look Forward To Your Business!
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Please note! We will no longer be attending the WCRE in Red Deer this year due to unforeseen circumstances. We will hopefully be attending the Saskatchewan Fall 2013 expo on October 12th and 13th, with more information to come.
We are planning many expos throughout the prairies in the 2014 season.
Highlights of the 2012 Breeding Season
Last season was a success and we couldn't have done it without our loyal customers and our supporters! Thank you to everybody that purchased geckos and got in touch with us through the season, we love hearing from you! We hatched out some geckos that we are pretty proud of; here are a few of our personal favourites: