Stays at the bottom

Toddfather

Member
I feed mostly crickets dusted with calcium w/ D3 once a week, multivitamins once every other week, and calcium w/o d3 three time a week and I use a 30 inch t5 bulb
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AmandaS

Chameleon Enthusiast
Thats a lot of d3 to give him. It is recommended to only give it 2 times a month, give a multivitamin 2 times a month (both d3 and vitamins should be 2 weeks apart like you said you do with the multivitamins), and the calcium without d3 every feeding
A lot of people have figured out what works for them and have tweaked this a smidge...

What are your temps like? At the basking spot, and ambient

If you do not mind, would you be able to fill out the completed health form so we have a better understanding?
 

Toddfather

Member
Okay I will start doing it the same as the multivitamin and basking is 80 and ambient stays in the mid to low 70s
 

AmandaS

Chameleon Enthusiast
You will want to bump his basking up a tad. I would do mid 80s. I was told that 82 degree temps help them to digest their food. Ambient temps are great.
 

AmandaS

Chameleon Enthusiast
Again, Im not sure any of this has to do with him going to the bottom.

Do you know where to find the complete "how to ask for help" form? It has so much info to provide that it will likely tell us why he is at the bottom. Though im not positive it will.
 
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