I think my Chameleon has MBD(Metabolic Bone Disease). She is a Young Veiled Chameleon. We had no access to crickets for a few weeks, we only had meal worms! Recently she began acting strangely... She would hold her mouth weirdly, She stopped climbing around, she developed a black mark on her back, her tongue hangs out and she can't control it very well. Unfortunately, her behavior began to go downhill the day we got cricxkets for her... she wouldn't eat them. We had to force feed her and give her water from a dropper. She eventually stopped climbing and can't lift herself off the ground anymore. We did online research and thought that MBD was most likely the problem. But more problems arise! Our Vet knows nothing about Chameleons and can't treat her! We read up on how to treat it, with more calcium in her diet and lots of sunlight... but its been very very cold lately and there hasn't been enough sunlight to put her in. We also found conflicting data on the disease! Some sites say that Chameleons can recover from MBD, while others say its irreversable!? I NEED to know what to do to help her. Please! She IS showing signs of improvement, but I'm still worried about her tongue and jaw. She is regaining strength(Not shaky when walking, can stand up a little), and she has regained her appetite(Trying to eat). But she still can't eat on her own, or really walk much anymore. Pleasde tell me what to do. P.S. We are giving her Calcium supplement, and gut loading our crickets/meal worms/waxworms with veggies and fruit. We also have her lights on constantly(Heat and UV lights). Several sources said we need to keep her heat up, but its winter time and its very cold, thus the constant lighting. Thanks in advance for any help! I really appreciate it, but I would prefer a hasty response.