Chameleon breeder podcast Season 4 Episode 1

CamoChameleonsHuman

Chameleon Enthusiast
http://chameleonbreeder.libsyn.com/100-challenging-ourselves-and-growing-in-chameleon-knowledge and update Episode 09 http://chameleonbreeder.libsyn.com/chameleons-and-water
Who else is thinking about changing there hydration routine? I have listened to both episodes about a hand full of times now and thinking of changing my ways of hydration now.
I've thought about it but that's quite a setup and a lot of work. I guess if you had a cham that was dehydrated or refused to drink changing your ways wouldn't be a bad idea. I'm a strong believer in if it ain't broke don't fix it.
 

Ruthless

Avid Member
Yes in some cases I would agree but we are always learning what could turn out to be better husbandry for our Chams. Think about why you do what you do now? And it would be because of what you have learned in the past about care for a Cham so now there seems to be more information available so IMO why not try and see if it benifits your Chams. We are there care takers so it’s our responsibility to do the best we can for them.
 

CamoChameleonsHuman

Chameleon Enthusiast
Yes in some cases I would agree but we are always learning what could turn out to be better husbandry for our Chams. Think about why you do what you do now? And it would be because of what you have learned in the past about care for a Cham so now there seems to be more information available so IMO why not try and see if it benifits your Chams. We are there care takers so it’s our responsibility to do the best we can for them.
I agree to a certain extent. If we were doing the best for them though they'd all have huge atriums and natural sunlight instead of 2x2x4 enclosures and T5HO lights. We're all trying to do the best we can within the means that we can. I agree though husbandry can always improve. Where we are now is no where near where we were 10-15yrs ago with keeping reptiles in captivity.
 
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