I am purchasing a baby veiled cham I have heard that it is better to start them in a smaller cage rather than a big one right away to reduce stress, but have also heard to start them out in a big cage right away, I was just wondering what you all thought?
To save money, go with an adult sized cage. You can raise the floor of the cage to make it smaller but unless the cham is having trouble finding food, its not necessary. A cage atleast 24" x 24" x 48" tall will be good for an adult veiled.
I started my 2 mo in a 2x2x4 and he did very well BUT if you go this route it needs to have lots of vines plants etc. It will be easier for them to travel throughout the cage without the risk of falling.