i have a leopard gecko that is having trouble shedding the sking between his toes! nearby is a warm side and a cold side to his cage, a humidity chamber, and plenty of hide spots. i enjoy already put him in a container with warm sea, what else can i do? he is still eating fine and is healthy as ever.
put his feet in warm hose. let him stay there for 4-5minutes then attain a q tip and rub them off. and put it in front of him. so he gets the stuff within his skin. its normal if the skins not coming off.
judge by you answer you are a bit concerned. first off chill.,he will be just fine. take the container next to warm water out he wont go within by himself. if the skin is not impairing his movement than do not worry it will come stale on its own. i have had this happen to my gecko a few times. the best article to do is a light misting of the feet with skin stuck on them. and no concern how much you feel you have to dont rip it off.
Answers: Okay listen, not listening to the one above me it IS a big accord. However if u catch early (after the most recent shedding) you are going to be okay. It is a big treaty because if it doesn't come off then your leopard geckos toes lose circulation to their toe and it can drop off, or due to pain in the toes the toes alter crookedly and can grounds the gecko to have to painfully walk on his bubble of his foot. Again if you catch it early you are fine, freshly after you know your geckos shed, thoroughly check your geckos toes, and if you see skin attached to body (common on snout or nose) it means your settings in your cage are wrong. Unlike the feet, shed on the body is not threatening, just better to have it stale. But like they said above soak in warm hose for a few mins and get some tweezers and slowly pull off and do it extremely slow contained by case your leopard gecko decides to walk, etc. also don't hold a full grip on the loose skin within case it does so.
The best way to prevent this from happening is to receive sure your cage settings are right. You have a humid hide away, but make sure there is a, surrounded by lack of a better phrase, moist "padding". I use moss myself and i mist it down a few times a work, but for sure when i see them shedding. You can tell they are shedding unmistakably by a progressively pale coloring. The moss helps on the feet because they meander on it, keeping them moist allowing for easier removal of the skin. Also if you see your gecko is going to shed, help him/her along by just misting him some surrounded by case it doesn't go to the moist hide.