Chameleons are arboreal creatures which means that they like to spend most of their living lives, living above the floor in tree branches and shrubs. So when choosing chameleon cages always make sure that they have the length and height required to keep your chameleons fit and healthy. Exercise plays a big part in keeping your chameleons health and well being at the healthiest it can be. The more space in the cage the better its going to be for the chameleon.

Chameleon cages come in all different shapes and sizes, so you need to take into consideration the species and size of chameleon and the space you have available within your home to house the reptile. If you want a large chameleon but you haven't got the space available in your house for a large cage. Then don't buy a smaller cage and house the large chameleon in it, just because you wanted the biggest chameleon they had in the pet store. Not only is this cruel, but your chameleons health is going to suffer in such a small space.

Its the same if you plan on keeping baby chameleons, these babies need baby cages. So start off small and keep getting a bigger cage as your chameleon grows. Keeping small baby chameleons in adult chameleon cages will look stupid in your house and is not the way to do it. The best place to find yourself the cheapest and best deals on these cages is definitely going to be the Internet. Not only can you find fantastically cheap deals, but customers are allowed to leave reviews of the cages that they buy.

This is fantastic, because you are getting unbiased opinions of chameleon cages be it good or bad. So obviously you will be looking into buying cages that are getting the most glowing reviews. A good manufacturer of chameleon cages is Reptibreeze, with the cages coming in a variety of different sizes. These sizes being small which measures 16" x16" x30", medium which measures 16" x 16" x 30", large which measures 18" x 18" x 36" and X large which measures 24" x 24" x 48". A good selling point of Reptibreeze cages is that they have a large front door which is fantastic for quick and easy access into the cage.They also have a bottom door which is excellent for easy substrate removal. Plus they are so quick and easy to assemble, all you need is a pair of hands and a screwdriver.