Hello Everyone, I had done plenty of reseach, and had wanted a chameleon for years. This year I told myself was the year, and I finally got one. I just want to make sure i am doing everything correctly for him to be comfortable. Please check the photos and see if there is anything that needs changed in my routine. Enclosure: I have him on a 12 hour timer. With my 50 w basking bulb, my uvb 5.0 zoo med bulb, and the reptirain system. I have it set to spray for 45 seconds every 3 hours. Then when im home I try to spray additional. I use distilled water. I also keep my house at night at 69 degrees. Is my basking bulb in a good spot? He tends to hand mid cage. I dont see him in the basking spot a lot. He also tends to be a little darker because he hangs in the middle often. I have two live plants at the bottom of the cage. I do not have any substrate at the bottom. Ive herd that I dont need it and its easier to clean up after him if I dont have it. Yet i also herd substrate and bioballs can help absorb bad bacteria and help hold the humidity. What are your thoughts? I am also concerned its not warm enough or im not keeping the humidity correct for him. Is my temp monitor in a good place? I hold it close to his basking spot to read the temp up there every few days. Feeding: He is 8 months old. Ive been feeding him about 12 to 20 dubia or crickets a day depending on size. I feed him as much as he will eat, since he is growing. I will hand cup feed him a few and then put the others in a cup in his cage. I feed the feeders spinach strawberries cucumbers sweet peppers. What ever scraps I have, plus the flunkers orange cubes. I dust them daily with repash supercal nod. Then everyother saturday I alternate dusting them with repcal herptivite and repcal calcium with vit D. The only time I have handled him was to put him in his enclosure when I got him. I do try to slowly approach him and talk to him. I put my hand out in front of him once in a while he will grab my fingers, but he has yet to walk on my hand. I will touch his sides but he tends to turn around and walk away when I do that. I do have 2 dogs who havnt even noticed him. Im not sure if they stress him out or not. I put the dogs away when I feed him and interact with him. He is in my dining room in a 22×22×40 screened enclosure on top of a stand. Is there anything you think Im doing incorrectly or could be doing better? I greatly appreciate the feed back! Thank you!