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  1. chloe924

    Developing respiratory issues?

    Hello! I hope you are all ok. =) Chameleon Info: Your Chameleon - Male Panther chameleon. About 3 years 6 months old and I’ve had him for just over 3 years. Handling - Daily but briefly. He has a free range that I run to his cage that he can use whenever he likes when I’m off work. I pick...
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    Getting some sunshine

    Hello I live in the UK so summers are brief and my chameleon hasn't been able to get much natural sunshine. I do try ,but he hates it. Understandable I guess if you're faced with big open sky if all you're used to is ceiling, but I would love to get him out more this summer! Last year I tried...
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    Foot problems

    Chameleon Info: Your Chameleon - Male panther chameleon about a year and a half years old (dunno hatch date) and I've had him a year and 3 months. Handling - I let him on his free range every day and only hold him to put him back. Feeding - crickets, locusts, morio worms, calci worms, silk...
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    Too much time outside of cage?

    Hello So my panther chameleon has always been a wanderer since I got him and his restless climbing of his mesh cage made me create a free range area for him. This has since grown in size until my entire living room looks like a madhouse jungle gym. His time outside his cage is entirely dependant...
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    13 hour days

    So I live in the UK where we have the delights of Daylight Savings time. When the clocks went back I changed my Chameleons times to match, but after a few weeks of him stubbornly sticking to the same schedule, gave up and returned everything to what it was. That ended up being very convenient as...
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    swollen toe

    hello my lil guy used to crawl on the screen a lot and is very active. I've only noticed recently but at some point he must have snapped a nail or aggravated it and his toe looks pretty sore bless him. I'm away for a week or so and doing a lot of overtime at work so can't take him to the vet...
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    Supplements and lack of appetite

    Hi So I’ve been taking my chameleon to the vet lately to treat a parasite load and to look into his lack of appetite. Admittedly I’m not super confident in my vets knowledge of chameleons, but he has been pretty persistent that I should feed the bugs I have with supplements, rather than dusting...
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    Parasite load and Panther Chameleon care /Issues

    Chameleon Info: · Your Chameleon - Around 8 month old Panther that has been in my care for nearly 5 months. · Handling - Depends on my work schedule but I try and get him onto his free range for an hour a day if I can. He will willingly climb onto my hand and I pop him onto the free range and...
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    Dreaded vet Visit

    Hello Everyone. I’m currently at work so will fill in the full help form and post pictures when I get home, but I was wondering if anyone could help me with a few questions please. As I’m taking my cham to the vet tomorrow morning and want to be as informed as possible. Sorry for the essay...
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    overly stressing a chameleon?

    Hello all So I’ve had my 7/8 month old Panther chameleon for over 2 months now. Here is a link regarding his general set up. Basically I hate him being cooped up in a cage and so whenever I am around to watch him, I like to ‘free range’ him around a jungle gym set up I have . I live in rented...
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    Husbandry issues/questions.

    I am a brand new chameleon owner who has only previously owned a snake and lots of fish of varying difficulty. I have researched lots but would hate for my care to be sub-par and I'm admittedly very stressed about doing damage. Lurking this forum has already helped me a massive amount, which...
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