Dragon Strand Caging Systems

Mounting Branches in the Compact Cage System

Mounting Branches in the Compact Cage System Mounting branches in chameleon cages has been a classic challenge for years.  The Dragon Strand Breeder series solved this by including Dragon Ledges standard with all models except for the Compact and Nursery Cage Systems.  These exception
Naturalistic Panther Chameleon Cage Setup

Advanced Chameleon Cage Setup

Advanced Chameleon Cage Setup: Principles and Elements for an Effective Design     Introduction  This article takes you through basic chameleon cage set-up requirements. I will review the basic principles that should be applied to any enclosure type whether screen, solid side, gl
Panther Chameleons Together

Keeping Chameleons Together

Keeping Chameleons Together Chameleons are solitary animals that do best when raised and kept individually. A captive chameleon will live a long, healthy life without ever interacting with another chameleon. In fact, you can easily see problems when keeping chameleons together. Yet co
Chameleon cage drainage tray

Chameleon Cage Setup: Drainage

Chameleon Cage Setup: Drainage The most complicated part of a chameleon cage setup is the water cycle. Water must be provided in a drinkable form for a chameleon. This requires water dripping or spraying on surfaces and, inevitably, exiting the cage in some manner. When keeping a cham
uroplatus cage

Uroplatus Leaf Tailed Geckos in Dragon Strand Cages

Uroplatus Leaf Tailed Geckos in Dragon Strand Cages by Luis Wiedemann One of the most important (if not the most important) elements in successfully caring for reptiles is proper housing. This is especially true when working with species that require specific environmental conditions
Dragon Strand Investigation

Dragon Strand Investigative Report: Rack Abuse!

This is a Dragon Strand Investigative Report.  Thor the Dragon reporting (that’s me above). A number of disturbing observations have been made by our eyes and ears in the field.  They wish to remain anonymous, but suffice to say they may or may not be escaped feeder dubia (non-infesti