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    Bath/soak?

    Hello, My husband used to volunteer at a local reptile rescue. The owner would give her reptiles an occasional soak in an all-natural soak to help with their health and any shedding issues. I remember she used green tea and vitamin C but I don't remember the other ingredients or ratios. I'm...
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    Monitoring system when out of town?

    Hello, My fiance are going on our honeymoon from 7/1-7/18. We're coming back on 7/8 to check on the buddies. We're also having my brother in law come every other day and we showed him everything to take care of them. We have 2 panther chameleons and 1 eastern collared lizard. I'm mostly worried...
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    Abnormal bumps?

    So my 1 yr old male panther has been having several bumps on him. We noticed them a few months ago as little white bumps, one then 2-3 of them. Very small. But we took him to the vet just to be sure. The vet didnt really seem to know much about reptiles/chameleons though (His first comment was...
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    Prevent cham from eating parts of enclosure?

    Hello, I've started noticing that one of my chams (my 7-8 mos nosy mitsio panther) sometimes tries to eat parts of his enclosure. I've watched a lot of videos of nosy mitsios and I've seen this behavior in multiple of them. I'm not really sure what causes it. But other than that odd behavior...
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    Cham care in Washington?

    Hello all :) My husband and I are planning to move to Washington state, probably somewhere southwest. We've been looking around Vancouver area but we really have no idea where to go. But one thing really important to us is to go somewhere near a great exotic vet and preferably even reptile...
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    Have 2 chams, but still so many questions!

    Hello all, I just found this wonderful forum and I'm SO happy to finally have a solid resource to help me take care of my little buddies. I have two chams, both panthers. One (Clamps) is a Blue bar ambilobe and the other is a Nosy Mitsio (Koa). Clamps is about 10 months or so and Koa is about 7...
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