Feeding my adult Veileds

ERKleRose

Chameleon Enthusiast
I’d also really recommend you filling out the entire husbandry form in as much detail as possible, including pics of all of your chameleons, their lights, and their full cages (lights to bottom), for all of your chameleons to make sure no other changes need to be made.
 

ZEROPILOT

Avid Member
This is most of it
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ERKleRose

Chameleon Enthusiast
You’ll want to get either a quality multivitamin with preformed Vitamin A (like Zoo Med Reptivite without D3) or get and use 10,000 IU preformed Vitamin A gel capsules to put a drop on the back of a feeder once a month or as needed
 

ZEROPILOT

Avid Member
I’d also really recommend you filling out the entire husbandry form in as much detail as possible, including pics of all of your chameleons, their lights, and their full cages (lights to bottom), for all of your chameleons to make sure no other changes need to be made.
That form is very challenging on my phone.
I can do that the next time I get on my laptop.
 

ERKleRose

Chameleon Enthusiast
I feed them Repashy Bug Berger, kale, bee pollen, carrots. Cut sweet potato, fruit and cut up vegetables that vary by whatever I'm cooking.
Are all of the fruits and veggies safe and in the correct moderation? How do you gutload, like good gutload available 24/7 to all feeders or do you feed the ones you’re feeding off beforehand (if so, how many hours/days/etc. beforehand)?
 

ZEROPILOT

Avid Member
Are all of the fruits and veggies safe and in the correct moderation? How do you gutload, like good gutload available 24/7 to all feeders or do you feed the ones you’re feeding off beforehand (if so, how many hours/days/etc. beforehand)?
The gutlaod food is available to all of the feeders daily.
 
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