I am in the process of designing a large enclosure for my 2 chinese water dragons. I was thinking yesterday about making an enclosure that is easy to drain the water area from because I want a large swimming space. Maybe this is a really stupid idea, I'm not sure so that's why I'm asking. We have a very large master bathroom in our bedroom that my water dragons love to play in. We don't really use it at all and the only cleaners we use in there because of them are magic erasers and wipes. When we clean we always open the window that's in there and open the door to vent it so nothing can be contaminated. Ok so here is my question.... Would a large enclosure built around our garden tub in the bathroom work? Or is that ridiculous? It would be 8ft tall x 5ft wide x 6 ft deep. We would be removing the toilet and obviously wouldn't use the garden tub because that would be their pool area. We would not fill the tub up but would only fill it to an appropriate depth. We would get creative to build areas for them to climb in and out and give them lots of large things to climb on. And we also want to do some kind of rain system to help humidity. The lights would be mounted on the top and they would not be able to reach them. There is only one air vent in there and it would be outside of the enclosure and we keep it almost closed. Open enough just to move air around. I just want to know if it's a good or bad idea. It just seemed easy to clean and I would be able to walk in to the habitat. If it's a bad idea it's really not a problem. My original idea was to build a 6ft tall x 6 ft wide x 4 ft deep enclosure in the bedroom and have it lifted off the ground about a foot or so that way I could slide some buckets under and drain it a little at a time. I'm not going to be that disappointed if my idea is stupid in using the tub. I'm just having a hard time trying to see for myself why it would be a poor idea. Please let me know what you think. Thanks in advance to all the help.