We raise Fucifer pardalis (Panther Chameleons) individually, under highly controlled conditions to ensure their health and longevity. They are one of the most sought after species of chameleons because of their amazing colors, size and relatively low maintenance requirements. Different regions of Madagascar have distinct color morphs, the most popular of which are Ambilobe (blue/red bar), Nosy Be, Nosy Faly, Sambava and Ambanja. Our breeding group is from the Ambilobe region of Madagascar.
We breed Furcifer pardalis because we love them, and we want others to be able to experience “what it is like to live with dragons” - Bill Strand.
We take very good care of our animals, and we have done our research. Please let us know if you have any questions about raising Chameleons and setting up their homes. If you have a question, we are happy to share our knowledge of Chameleon health, husbandry and nutrition.
1. HOW DO I GET MY CHAMELEON?
After we have seen a picture of his/her enclosure. We only send our chameleons to homes that are prepared to receive them. It takes some time to get the setup right, and we would like to help you make sure it is ready from day one.
Then you can pick him/her up at the nearest FedEx distribution center, usually close to the nearest airport. We will not ship direct because there is a good chance your chameleon would sit in a delivery truck, exposed to the elements, for too long.
2. WHAT ARE THE POSTAL RATES?
Expect to pay about $60 (New Jersey) - $100 (Alaska) in shipping. We use FedEx Priority overnight.
3. DO YOU SHIP INTERNATIONALLY?
4. HOW DO YOU DETERMINE PRICING?
We watch the market for similar quality animals and ensure that our pricing is fair. We will never price our animals above the market price, but we are also not able to offer them much lower than the average price. Our project is small and we invest in high quality care for all of our animals.
5. CAPTIVE HUSBANDRY?
- Chameleon Academy
- The most comprehensive guide to chameleon husbandry on the web
- Check out the new Panther Chameleon Care Guide
- Chameleon Forums
- This is a great resource and an active community forum
- Much Ado About Chameleons
In case you haven’t found the answer for your question please feel free to contact us, we will be happy to help you.