handling

  1. Loretta asleep

    Loretta asleep

    Loretta is so sweet! She is so happy to curl up and sleep on her humans hand.
  2. jcarlsen

    Advise on hand feeding/handling

    Hey guys. So I haven't had Jasper for too long, but I figured I'd ask a few questions about getting him more used to me and such. I'm into a routine where I feed him crickets every morning by putting them in the enclosure using a red cup, so hopefully he'll start seeing that as a signal for...
  3. zelink14

    Help with taming panther?

    Hi all! I've had my 7 month old male panther for three months now, and I've been working on getting him more familiar with me. For awhile I was only pulling him out twice a week to bask in the sun, and he seemed sort of okay with that. An acquaintance of mine, who used to breed panthers...
  4. Enzo Veiled

    Handling issues

    So my veiled has always been territorial, but I went to Florida for a week, and came home, and I had my brother look after my cham, he handled him once in that week and now whoever I go near his cage he hisses at me, and won't let me hand feed him anymore. Any suggestions on what I can d to make...
  5. cswan19

    Love me some handling time!

    Malibu is starting to warm up to me more and more! :D when I first got him he would never let me take him out without stress or leaving my hand in the cage for a really long time. Now he will climb onto my hand pretty quickly. Here are some photos of today's handling time. I love this dude.
  6. ChamyLove

    Should I start to FR?

    Hi everyone! So lately I've been reading up a lot on free ranging, and I think it might be good for me to start with my panther. The only concern I have is that I've had him about 3 months and he still isn't too happy about handling. I would need to handle him to get him back in his cage (I...
  7. Echoezra

    (not free) ranging - alternating cages?

    I am planning for my newcomers, and although I'm paranoid about free ranging because of my curious cats, I was considering the possible benefits of setting up additional cages to alternate them to in other rooms, to get sort of the same benefit of getting out of their "usual home cage" for a...
  8. Chillen

    Chillen

    My chameleon being friendly
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