Blog Entries

  1. Cute pics on a hot day

    Yesterday It was very hot, so i decided to take Leon out to get some sunshine. He used to not like It, Im just guessing it was because it was such an open space to be outside. I slowely transitioned him from his outside cage to his open box that has plants in it, if he wants he could get out onto other trees and such. He slowly went into another plant and he looked so cute and bright! It was really cool because he never used to look bright outside, I think he got used to being outside. These...
  2. Leon got a new vine and leafs

    Leon recently got some new leafs and a big vine. This isn’t any that big but it really makes his cage look full. Leon’s currently shedding and he’s not keen to changes so he’s extra moody. I know he’ll appreciate it and really like it soon though. Here are some pictures of him and his cage.
  3. Trust

    So I've seen some people talk about how they got their chameleons to "trust them", it seemed like fun so I thought I would do the same! I'm sure I've mentioned how i tamed Leon plenty of times before but this is just so I can have it all right here. So basically, I've read that you shouldn't touch them and to just give them their space for the first two or three weeks ( depending on the chameleon). After you let them settle, you should try and put your hand barely at the entrance of the cage...
  4. Leons big and is now one year old

    It surprises me that nearly a year ago I got Leon, it feels like it was only a couple months. Leon is now one year old and in a month it will be our first year with him in my care! He's grown so much and he's doubled his size! His colors are so much brighter and he's definitely warmed up to me and my friends way more than he had in the beginning. In the beginning I made sure to not touch him for two weeks, then slowly try and hand feed for two minutes. The first time he ate from my hand was...
  5. Baby Jackson’s and fruit fly difficulties!

    Here’s The hardest thing I have come across keeping fruit flies in the enclosure! I put a small piece of fruit in there but they keep on getting out and this raises a big concern because the babies need a supply of food at all times. I’ve heard of bean beetles being good feeders. Just really frustrated and not only that my female that just gave birth 3 days ago is acting restless even at night no lights on the enclosure probably going to have more very soon and that is a good...
  6. Guide to the Forums... Part II

    Just a few more links to helpful information that are a bit harder to find. Hope they are helpful :). I will add more here when appropriate.
  7. Is it O.K. to Handle my Chameleon?

    The big debate... Do I handle my chameleon or not? Good arguments for both sides of the debate, but I'll give you my two cents.
  8. i mcfricken love Leon

    I know its been awhile since i've posted one of these but i've been caught up with school so. Anyways i just wanted to say that I really love Leon and im so happy he has a new better and bigger cage now. Theres not anything else to say other than that because there's been no new updates.
  9. Wild caught farmed Jackson’s chameleons

    Has anyone ever bought a wild caught farmed chameleon? Are they harder to keep than a captive breed chameleons? Do they tend to have mites and parasites usually?
  10. Blue and Little Foot UPDATE #2

    I haven't replied back in a min. Sorry about that guys! I just wanted to update you to where I am now. AND YES, it has been a minute... Blue and Little Foot mated successfully within 30 mins and she has already laid 3 clutches since I've last posted. I'll bring you guys up to date on where were at and the details it took to work. Blue (Male Panther Chameleon) has never been mated with before. He's 3 now, when mated he was going on 2 1/2 years old. The whole reason why I started this was to...
  11. PRETTY PANTHER CHAMS-Hornworms!

    What are hornworms and are they a good feeder for your Chameleon?? Hornworms are an excellent feeder for your chameleon Goliath hornworms, or tobacco hornworms are soft bodied caterpillars that are a beautiful bright green and blue color with a spiked tail towards the rear which is how they get their common name. Hornworm caterpillars may grow to weigh 10,000 times its original weight in less than two weeks. When it's time to transform they bury themselves under leaf litter and transform...
  12. PRETTY PANTHER CHAMS- ALL ABOUT THE FEMALE PANTHER

    The Panther Chameleon in general is a fascinating creature to own. Whether you are interested in a female Panther Chameleon as a pet, breeding project, or both the males and females need slightly different set-ups and care. If you are interested in owning a female, I will tell you what has worked for me. What has worked for me may result in a different outcome for you, trust your judgement. As I always say, suit them to their needs because each Chameleon can be different. A lot of people...
  13. Pretty Panther Chams Blog- Safe-Listed Feeders & Plants for Panther Chameleons

    The amount of food you should give your Panther Chameleon depends on the age and the width of their head. Panther Chameleons are known for eating some hefty feeders but choking is a real possibility for them, so please keep that in mind. Mostly true for juvenile panthers. Below I've listed proper age and feedings for your Panther Chameleons, please note what has worked for me may be different for someone else. Each chameleon is different suit to their needs. Panther Chameleons under 3-4...
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