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In addition, the capture and shipping of chameleons which fortunately is being more tightly regulated results in the deaths of many animals.

Caring for Pet Chameleons

Many more die in transit than make it to the pet store. Once you've found a captive bred chameleon, observe them. They should be bright and active, able to change colors, and have a well-fleshed body. Being territorial and solitary animals, chameleons should be kept by themselves; males are especially aggressive toward one another.

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The natural habits of chameleons make them tricky to care for. They need cages with ample foliage for climbing and privacy, and the enclosure must be quite large. For the larger chameleons a cage measuring 3 feet by 3 feet by 4 feet tall should be provided, but the more space the better. Ample ventilation is required, and a cage screened on three sides is best with poly mesh or vinyl coated wire preferred to prevent toe injuries.

Branches of various diameters need to be provided for climbing and the bulk of the cage space should be filled with these branches or live foliage. Ensure that the plants are not toxic, as the chameleon may eat the foliage. Substrate made up of small particles such as gravel, sand, bark, or moss should be avoided to prevent the chameleon from accidentally eating it while catching prey. Several basking areas of various temperatures must also be provided in a chameleon's enclosure. Some chameleons are happier at higher temperatures, others at lower temperatures. Be sure to research the specifics for your breed. State and local regulations may vary. Some pets may not be available at all stores and may be seasonal.

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Pet size, gender and color may vary by store. Stop by your nearest PetSmart to find your next family pet. Veiled chameleons can change colors when they are excited, stressed, frightened or trying to blend into the environment. Their eyes move independently of each other, allowing them to see two things at once. They have long, sticky tongues up to one and a half times their body length. They eat mostly live insects and are most active during the day.

They are solitary, so keep only one chameleon per habitat. Handling Give your pet days to adjust to his new home, then try holding him for short amounts of time -- only. Environment They come from a forest environment and need a home with lots of climbing branches.


Calcium dust "Dust" the insects with a calcium supplement twice a week - ask a PetSmart associate for details.