Blog Entries

  1. How I met Dewey and How He Change My Life Forever Part 2

    The rest of Dewey's introduction.
  2. How I met Dewey and How He Change My Life Forever Part 1

    My service dog and how he and I saved each other.
  3. Introductions of almost everyone Part 3

    Last introduction in this blog series.
  4. Introductions of almost everyone Part 2

    Part two to Part One
  5. Introductions of almost everyone Part 1

    Introductions of the animals.
  6. Me and How I Came Here

    This is my introductory post.
  7. Where do I Start? Guide to the forums...

    Here is a quick guide to the Forums and how to get around. This will hopefully help you navigate and find the information you are looking for.
  8. Common First Question...

    For many new keepers the first step to success is to try to avoid the mistakes caused by improper husbandry. These topics and Q & A's may help you to avoid the most common issues. Many of these topics have been discussed over and over in detail on the forums and the search tool will bring you countless answers to your questions, but this entry can be a starting point if you like ;). Although you can feel free to comment here, you will definitely get more responses if you start your own...
  9. New member.

    Hey all, I'm new to chameleon forums, just got my new veiled called Bender.
  10. Vander the Nosy Be x Ambilobe Panther

    :) Got my new 6 month old boy today :) He is already showing some beautiful colors.
  11. Post Cheap Outdoor Enclosure Success and Directions!

    Through different research and through topics found on chameleon forums, I was able to put together my own rendition of an outdoor cham enclosure. In no way am I claiming rights to this, I just want to give back to that which has given me so much knowledge. I am not responsible for any injuries to you or your animals—use to your own discretion. Altogether this cost me about $30, some supplies I had while others I ended up purchasing. You can get everything at your local Home Depot. In my...
  12. Incubation notes T. quadricornis

    Incubation notes for Fynn
  13. Quad gestation notes

    Some more notes. These are from one female (Fynn) who has laid 7 clutches. She was 1st bred at 66g/9 months in age to Alpha. 7 weeks later she laid a clutch of 10 eggs. She became gravid right away from retained sperm and laid her second clutch of 13 eggs -11 weeks later. She became gravid right away from retained sperm again, and laid her third clutch of 18 eggs-16 weeks after the second. 8 weeks later, she again looked gravid so she was bred the second time (Alpha.) 8...
  14. Weights on quad babies

    These are documented weights on my hatchling quads to give an idea of growth rates. Hatching babies have been from 0.8g to 1.9g Here are two examples that I followed. Female: Age: Male: 1.3g 1 day 0.8g 1.5g 1 mo 1.1g 2.8g 2 mo 2.1g 4.7g 3 mo 3.9g 8.3g 4 mo 5.7g 18g 5 mo 10.3g...
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