Yesterday my 3 year old male Veiled Chameleon went to the vet. I had noticed some swelling in the eyes and discoloration of the gums when he was eating. Took him in as soon as I saw and luckily caught everything early. I'm just having a hard time getting him out of the enclosure to administer the medication. He's vert territorial and actually bit my finger for the first time a few weeks ago. I'm not sure what the best way to get him out of the enclosure is anymore. He used to want to come out on his own. I also don't want to cause him too much stress reaching in and grabbing him twice a day for his eye drops. And for those wondering, the Vet gave us Tobramycin for eye drops, Baytril and Meloxidyl for the mouth rot. Eye drops are every 12 hours and the oral meds are once a day, all meds are for 28 days. I hate to reach in and grab the guy because I know that's not the right thing to do. I also know that long term they lose trust with the handling and stress along with it. Any tips?