I have a small humidifier that emits a small stream of fog/ mist. The device doesn’t use heat or anything, but is it ok to put inside his cage?
Post a pic of itI have a small humidifier that emits a small stream of fog/ mist. The device doesn’t use heat or anything, but is it ok to put inside his cage?
I see a branch or two dangling at the bottom of the enclosure. Putting them up horizontal would give your cham more to climb on. What kind of cham is it? Veiled, panther, carpet?I was thinking of putting it in the back right corner.
Honestly, the sun through the window is a good source of light but I’m not sure it’ll do much. The temperature should be 80-85 and the lower areas of the cage should be 70-75He’s been looking a bit dull lately and I’m thinking it’s because the humidity isn’t high enough. Because I have all the needs for him. He has a 5.0 UVB light he basks in, and he gets a lot of sun from the window. We dust the crickets with calsium without D3 4-5 times a week.
I feed him krickets, super worms, and veggies sometimes.What do you feed him?
Your cham eats the veggies or the insects? Here fill this out, the more details the better and pics help too.I feed him krickets, super worms, and veggies sometimes.
So look at the gutload list you have to do more then carrots. Calcium without d3 at every feeding. Calcium with d3 2 times a month every other week. A multi vitamin 2 times a month every other week.One thing I’ve been doing is gutloading my feeders with carrots, which is good. And I should be giving him calcium everyday, and calcium with D3 2 times every month?