I am not married and perhaps I should had better stated in my post that a tame iguana is a rarity it is a matter of working on them vigorously so they are tolerant at the minimum. They are wild creatures. If you look at my post a few threads up there is a reply I made to dianne yesterday under rescue iguana tips that somewhat explains my theories. As far as green iguanas go.. I rescue and rehome them over recent years.. my heart is into Cycluras... a far better cousin to the common green iguana.. I have had had 3 of these guys since I am thinking 2004. I let my very rare pair of lewisi hybrids go this past as well as my trio or uromastyx fall so I still have my rhino iguana. He was roughly 7 to 8 years of age when I received him and came from an abusive display of rhinos from rhode island.. he had 0 trust in humans. The rhinos definitely have better memories so he held a grudge out against people.. it took me a few months but he tamed down and probably within a years time became incredibly workable. Its all a matter of time and patience. I worked with him by setting him the bathroom and setting him down.. I then simply sat down and read books, over time he realized I was no threat and gradually got more and more curious and enjoyed treats.. it was a matter of gaining trust - With him it was more fear than agression so for agressive ig I certainly would not suggest this as it leaves you vulnerable to bites. He is dog tame these days.