You are doing great! Patience and consistency are key. It took mine about 5-6 months of steadily working w him to finally get him to climb on my hand. Even then it's only bc I have a treat, and he will eat then wait about 10 seconds before he starts reaching back for his enclosure 😂
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I will say, even once husbandry is addressed it can take 6 months or longer depending on your strategy for working with your chameleon. Patience and consistency are your best friend!
I def don't think anyone should purposely breed Leatherback x Leatherback. They are harder to take care of and a lot of people will neglect their care. It's best to pair a normal scale with a Leatherback so you get a good variety and no silkies! However! A good friend of ours had a pairing he...
Hope your cham recovers! I have never seen crickets do anything like this. I have seen small bites from crickets and superworms on animals but never blood like this. It looks like quite a bit from this pic IMO this wouldn't be caused from a cricket bite.
I would definitely take a look at your...
Honestly, I would do a vet exam before you look into selling.
Unfortunately where you purchased from she could have parasites or something else underlying that you wouldn't want to push off onto someone else. Definitely disclose where you purchased from too in your sale. Just my two cents. ❤
Omg! So after starting a small hobby breeding reptiles with my best friend, we have...... drum roll please
22 bearded dragons
1 clutch of dragon eggs incubating
4 Chinese cave geckos
4 crested geckos
Colonies of different isopods
4 aquariums with various fish (probably...