I have a male and female veiled chameleon, she is 12 weeks and is is a few weeks younger I want to breed them but don't know when is a good time to do it, age wise, also do you need a breeders license to sale and breed chameleons.
I didn't get the feeling that they were thinking about breeding at this age. Just that they were asking what age is best.DEFINITELY!
DO NOT breed her if she is only 12 weeks. That is ludicrous.
always wait until they are mature. 1 1/2 years old would be safe. 1 year is ok.
Yeah, that's a way to welcome a new member to the forums! Way to go! I bet you knew everything from the very first day you got your first chameleon.It seems to me like OP needs to do a ton of research. The appropriate age to breed chameleons is probably the easiest thing to figure out, and if OP does not even know this, it speaks volumes to the complete lack of knowledge they have in regards to the care and breeding of chameleons.
In my opinion, you should not even consider breeding, and I hate to sound grim, but if you do not seriously put in some time researching and putting into practice proper husbandry, it is very unlikely your pair of chameleons will survive to reach a safe breeding age.
My advice to you is sit down for an afternoon and browse the forums. There is a wealth of information available, plus countless reliable members of this community, some of these members are vets, and many have years and years of experience. This will help you a ton, and maybe when you feel you are ready to breed, you will have obtained the information you require to successfully breed and care for your chameleons and their offspring.