Signs of a healthy chameleon

What does a healthy chameleon look like? Clear eyes that turn well and are round and inflated Eyes are open and without liquid coming out Nose without liquid or weird growths Completely closed mouth All toes with nails (5 nails […read more…]

Healthy colors for chameleons

Chameleons change color, that’s what they are famous for. They will also show with their colors what their internal state is. By the color of your chameleons skin, you can see if it is aggressive, ready to mate, scared, sick […read more…]

Shedding skin in chameleons

A chameleon will shed its skin to renew it. When it is young it will shed skin much more often (every 3 to 4 weeks) than when it is older (once every two months). When a chameleon sheds its skin, […read more…]

When a chameleon refuses to eat

Sometimes a chameleon just refuses to eat. This is normal, sometimes the chameleon just does not feel its best or something happened that temporarily causes it to refuse to eat. You should not worry about this. A chameleon can easily […read more…]

Does my chameleon drink enough?

It can be hard to asses how much your chameleon drinks. You won’t always see it drink, as it is generally more active and relaxed when you are not around. Dehydration is a serious problem with chameleons. It occurs when […read more…]

Housing dangers for chameleons

The place where you keep your chameleon could harm it. There are some dangers in enclosures, terrariums and net cages for your chameleon that you can better avoid. Pay attention to these things: Danger of getting burns Can your chameleon […read more…]

Poop and parasites in chameleons

Let’s talk about chameleon poop. It’s part of having a pet chameleon, so you better know the basics about it. Fortunately a chameleon does not poop much. It is also very different poop as the turds you usually see from […read more…]