Yes, anything indicate it is good boy but casque. and its casque is very straight, If its offspring can inherit this casque from it, I may get a new subspecies LOLnot too sure on that, he still looks quite young, his limbs and mouth and eyes and his back seem to be very healthy. it could very well be a birth defect? and if it is, and all is healthy, i will say, your veiled has a gnarly super sweet one of a kind casque lol. but i hope all is well and he isnt hurt or suffering from anything.
have you asked the owner how long he's been shedding for? or how old he is. its clearly evident that the casque doesnt look right, but do any of us realy know what the cause of it is? clearly the owner is new to chams, he probably bought it like this. but i am trying not to assume anything.Am I the only one who doesn't think he looks so healthy? He seems a little scrawny and maybe a little dehydrated. Retained sheds and an abnormal casque also suggest underlying problems to me.
I also don't really know what you are asking about. The casque is certainly not quite right. I would not breed this animal to find out if its genetic!
I don't really understand how often is new to raise chameleon and how often belong to expert?clearly the owner is new to chams, he probably bought it like this. but i am trying not to assume anything.