How old is your UVB light?
What supplements do you feed?
Do you have a Mister or a dripper?
Is the Chameleon eating or drinking?
Chameleons are the most delicate of Reptiles and sometimes stress will get them ill.
The first thing is to make sure he is not in a high traffic area. This will help reduce stress. Next in the eyes you can use some Sterile Saline Eye Drops (the type used for contact lens wears). You can use it in the eye 3-4 times a day incase there is debris in the eye.
If he will allow it, you can give a soak in a 50 50 solution of plain pedialyte and warm water only up to the Vent area. This will help with dehydration. If he does not react well, then you can just mist him with the mixture.
This may be a stress issue or it may be an issue because of the new females. Reptiles when stressed can get a paraiste bloom, which we need to take into consideration. We also need to be sure he is getting 12-14 hours of UVB and basking light during the summer months and back to 6-8 hours in the winter.
If you supply a State I can locate a Herp Vet for you as I do feel he needs a hands on exam. Joan
They do need down time with the lights. If you need a light for heat I suggest a black light as it does not bother them. This may very well be a stress issue or parasites. The fact he is down in the bottom of the enclosure is not good and he needs to get some prey and fluids into him. Make sure you are misting him so he will drink off the leaves. We do not want him dehydrating.
I will give you a link for Herp Vets in ME: http://www.anapsid.org/vets/maine.html
It seems there is something going on with panther Chameleons, I have had 3 with illness this week. As far as the Vet, you may have to travel a bit, but these vets treat Reptiles. Joan
Hope all goes well! Joan
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