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Captive breeding of Veiled Chameleons

Captive breeding of Veiled Chameleons

Postby Monya_Bekker » Thu Mar 16, 2017 11:01 am

Hi
I hope someone can assist with advice. Im Receiving a lot
of negativity on breeding Veiled Chameleons, so mush so that
im starting to doubt whether what im doing is the right thing by breeding and selling.
I am giving the necessary advice
to those who seek and want to keep chameleons.
how to handle this negativity?
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Re: Captive breeding of Veiled Chameleons

Postby Chamssss » Sun Mar 26, 2017 3:10 pm

Did you post the advert in a krugersdorp community group? I may have seen it. I also breed chameleons in roodepoort. There will be people purely against animal keeping but those that are accusing you of doing it illegally are very misinformed, most pet shop owners don't know exotic chameleons can be bred and sold, they are under the impression that all chameleon keeping is illegal. I have also seen the opposite end of the spectrum where some pets hops actually have illegal flap necks and dwarf chameleons in their shops.

Don't let those people bring you down, chameleon keeping and breeding is hard work which takes long term dedication, you are doing so legally so if you enjoy it then carry on.

Let me know if you need help finding buyers for the babies, 0746019052.
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