My fiance and I bought an iguana while we were in college due to our roomates (12 of our friends) being allergic to fur (2 of them). My fiance is a vet and since I wasnt enough of an animal to take care of, she wanted a Iguana. I bought one thinking that they grew six inches. I miss read the paper. We now have 4 (4-6) foot iguanas and 2 babies including a albino!!!. We are the Iguana family of cats.
All of them are beyond tame. We will have our large male red (mr Pepper) sit on our laps and pass out and our rhino bury himself under the same blanket while we are watching a movie. We had no idea Iguanas had personality or trusted people, but our friends can pet them with no problem even though it is like petting a piece of luggage. They are all potty trained and go in the same spot. I think our eldest (floko) taught the others, which they followed her around or attached themselves to her back when they were young.
The rhino iguana is as affectionate as lizards go. He will find a way to get to you, watch tv and be damn adorable without making a mess. Be wary though... He tends to consistly paw at our bedroom door if we sleep in to long, which is freaky as hell to me... but it is a daily routine if not fed on time.
Iggies can live with eachother, if they grow up in their juvenile stages. Mr pepper still doesnt get along with the ladies during winter but does not hurt them nor gets hurt other then a few scratches. Every night Him and 2 of the other females, no matter what happen that day, fall asleep in a pile. 90% of the time, the women are on top lol.
Their will be blood. Just let them grow up together and you shouldnt have much trouble.
Kevin Angi mrpepper(red) Beujangles(blue) Floko(green) Juggernaught(rhino) Devros(little Blue) Bannana(albino)