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  • Holding Chameleons

    Holding Chameleons

    It is possible to hold a chameleon, but chameleons do not like being held, and they don’t enjoy being petted either. Some can develop a tolerance for holding, but they are much better suited to being left alone and observed from afar. Of course some owners have better luck holding their chameleons than others but…

  • Chameleon Costs: Setup & Annual Prices Revealed

    Chameleon Costs: Setup & Annual Prices Revealed

    On average, a chameleon costs anywhere between $30 and $750 to buy. The exact price is determined by the age of the chameleon at time of purchase, the species, sex and whether the seller is a private breeder or pet store. You also have to consider the initial set up costs of housing the chameleon,…

  • 10 Ways a Pet Chameleon Can Smell Bad

    10 Ways a Pet Chameleon Can Smell Bad

    On the odd occasion, I catch a whiff of something coming from my chameleon’s enclosure and think, ‘Pew! That stinks! What the heck is that smell!?’ Thankfully, this doesn’t happen very often. Chameleons themselves are generally odorless, but their enclosure can give off smells if things aren’t tended to regularly and feeder insects not regularly…

  • How Long Chameleons Can Be Left Alone

    How Long Chameleons Can Be Left Alone

    As a veiled chameleon owner myself, I know the stress thinking about leaving a chameleon alone can cause when trying to figure out what to do with our scaly companions when we take a well deserved vacation. Leaving them alone for a weekend is fine, but any longer, and you will need to have a…