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Capybaras for Sale

At our breeding facility, We have Capybara for sale and we are dedicated to providing our customers with healthy, happy, and well-socialized Capybaras. We take great care to ensure that our animals are provided with the best possible living conditions, a well-balanced diet, and regular veterinary care. This not only ensures their health and happiness but also results in strong and thriving offspring.

We offer a wide variety of Capybaras for sale, including both adults and young ones. Whether you are looking for a single Capybara to add to your family or are interested in starting your own breeding program, we have a Capybara that will meet your needs.

We pride ourselves on providing our customers with exceptional service and support and are always available to answer any questions you may have about caring for your new Capybara. Thank you for considering us as your source for Capybaras.

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Capybara for sale

Introducing a Capybara to your home can be an exciting and rewarding experience. These fascinating creatures are highly social and intelligent and can make wonderful pets for those who have the space and resources to care for them properly.  Before bringing a Capybara into your home, it is important to ensure that you have the appropriate living space for them. Capybaras require a large, secure outdoor enclosure with access to water, as they are semi-aquatic animals. You should also ensure that your yard is securely fenced to prevent your Capybara from escaping and getting into trouble.

Chinchillas for sale

Chinchillas for sale, Chinchillas are small rodents native to the Andes mountains of South America. Known for their incredibly soft fur, they have large ears, a compact body, and a bushy tail. Chinchillas are crepuscular, meaning they are most active during dawn and dusk.

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Guinea-pigs for sale

Guinea pigs for sale, also known as cavies, are small rodents native to the Andes region of South America. They have compact bodies with rounded heads, short legs, and no visible tail. Guinea pigs come in various coat colors and patterns, with both short and long-haired varieties.

Capybara, Guinea Pig, Hamster, Chinchilla, Mouse, Marmot

Housing Requirements

All these animals require appropriate housing tailored to their needs. Capybaras and marmots need large outdoor enclosures with access to grassy areas and burrowing spaces, while guinea pigs, hamsters, chinchillas, and mice need spacious cages with bedding for burrowing and nesting. The cages should be kept in quiet areas away from drafts and direct sunlight.

Diet

Each of these animals has specific dietary requirements. Capybaras, marmots, and guinea pigs are herbivores and require diets consisting mainly of grasses, hay, and fresh vegetables. Hamsters and mice are omnivores, needing a mix of high-quality pellets, supplemented with fresh fruits, vegetables, and occasional treats. Chinchillas also require a diet high in hay, supplemented with chinchilla pellets and fresh vegetables. It’s crucial to provide clean water at all times and avoid foods that are toxic or high in sugar.

Socialization

While capybaras, marmots, and guinea pigs are highly social animals and thrive in the company of their own kind, hamsters, chinchillas, and mice can be housed alone or in same-sex pairs or groups. However, all benefit from regular interaction and handling from their owners to some degree.

Exercise and Enrichment

All these animals need mental and physical stimulation. Capybaras, marmots, and guinea pigs benefit from spacious enclosures with toys and activities that encourage natural behaviors like foraging and exploring. Hamsters, chinchillas, and mice enjoy toys, tunnels, and exercise wheels to keep them mentally and physically stimulated.

Care and Maintenance

Regular veterinary care is essential for all these animals to monitor their health and address any potential issues. They also require regular cleaning of their living areas to maintain hygiene. Additionally, some may need their teeth trimmed if they become overgrown, like guinea pigs and rabbits.