my veiled chameleon

Re: my veiled chameleon

Postby F1_dre » Tue Apr 13, 2010 11:32 pm

Sorry wont happen again.
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Re: my veiled chameleon

Postby Chameleons » Fri Apr 23, 2010 7:09 pm

Did the young chameleon start eating ok? It looks quite young so a steady 25 to 28c is fine. Ensure that you have a good quality 5.0 uv light no more than 20cm from its perch.
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Re: my veiled chameleon

Postby F1_dre » Mon Apr 26, 2010 2:12 pm

He started eating but it is like every second or third day. I am happy that he is eating atleast!
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Re: my veiled chameleon

Postby Chameleon Company » Wed May 19, 2010 11:18 am

Good day all

From the picture i dont know if the cham is flaring or not but the gulular pouch looks very swollen?

I have had two chameleons with tongue infections in the past (looks like that in the pic), just a word of caution....

Open the chams mouth and look to see if there is any redness or cheesy mass on the tongue indicating an infection. If there is an infection start a flagallate anti-biotic course for a week (see a vet).

If the chams cage is misted and kept in a cold environment even for short periods of time the cham can get respiratory infection.

These two alements i am refering to as from the swollen gulular pouch you can assume the cham might have an sickness, you also say its not eating.

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