Breeders in Canada

#1
Hi! I’ve got a female super translucent veiled. I would love a panther chameleon some day. Although I’ve been finding it hard to find a decent breeder. I am from Ontario, but wouldn’t mind buying from another province.
 
#3
Generation reptiles in Quebec
Chameleons galore in bc
Simply chameleons in Ontario
Chronic chameleons in Alberta
Rage the chameleon in Alberta
Thanks! I went through chameleons galore, my little Penelope is gorgeous but would honestly never buy another chameleon from her again.
 
#4
Chameleons canada I don't have one from him but I seen alot who do and look great. He's like 40mins drive from me in Ontario you can schedule pickup I believe he ships too got a good varity. I got mine locally but he was a hybrid so a little cheaper, reptile express most use if shipped not cheap though near 100cad. I like picking mine up personally instead of shipping.:)
 
#5
Chameleons canada I don't have one from him but I seen alot who do and look great. He's like 40mins drive from me in Ontario you can schedule pickup I believe he ships too got a good varity. I got mine locally but he was a hybrid so a little cheaper, reptile express most use if shipped not cheap though near 100cad. I like picking mine up personally instead of shipping.:)
Thanks. I’ll check them out when I am ready to get a panther! I live almost in the middle of nowhere (Thunder Bay) so picking it up myself would be a very loooong drive
 
#6
Chameleons Canada is mostly wild caught animals. They are in good shape but not recommended for people without wild caught experience.
 
#8
Wild caught chameleons usually come in rough shape and have parasites. They cost a lot more in vet bills than buying a healthy captive hatched animal.
 
#9
Wild caught chameleons usually come in rough shape and have parasites. They cost a lot more in vet bills than buying a healthy captive hatched animal.
Yep and also.. you don't know the age and the importation process is really hard on the animal : they get caught, sometime starved, not enough of water (hello kidney failure in the long term), stressed crowded together, ship (long road madagascar-canada).. lotttt of them died.. really if its not for breeding a new line of chameleon, please avoid the importation solution if some breeders can provide you the animal, its more expensive but more ethical, and you got a parasite free animal in (general) good shape with some knowledge on his history ;)
 
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