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Website: Phone: 423-721-0379 Email: Email this seller State: Tennessee Location: del rio These two have 2 babies ready in 2 weeks. Reserve yours now.4237210379 Fennec Fox Name: Terri pompay - user reviews Phone: 732-915-4405 Email: Email this seller State: Florida Location: Hollywood I am selling my pet Fennec Fox male. He is 10 months old and he is intact He is litter box trained and gets along great with my dogs. Would make someone a pet or a good breeder when he matures a bit more. He is very handsome. Please call text or email serious inquiries only. Asking 1,600 Fennec Fox Kits Name: Marilyn - user reviews Phone: 765-985-2256 Email: Email this seller State: Indiana Location: Denver 2 female Fennec Fox Kits. Please call for more information-I DO NOT HAVE A COMPUTER-765-985-2256 Ask for Marilyn.I do not ship my animals. Male Fennec Fox Kit Name: Christina - user reviews Phone: 810-334-4680 Email: Email this seller State: Michigan Location: Lexington Last little boy still available.
He is approx. 5 weeks old and now drinking formula from bowl so he is ready to go to his new home. Also eating some solid foods and doing great. Serious buyers feel free to contact for more information. Will be happy to text pictures. Pic is from previous litter. This guy is a little smaller still. Sorry I do NOT ship. Baby Coatis, Fennec Fox, Hedgehogs Name: Christina - user reviews Phone: 810-334-4680 Email: Email this seller State: Michigan I have a male fennec fox for sale. He is 4 weeks old and on the bottle. I have a male and female coati still available. They are almost 5 weeks old and on the bottle. Also have hedgehogs some ready now and more in a couple weeks. I do not ship. Can send or text you more pics on request. The Fennec is $2000, The male coati is 550, the female is 650. The hedgies are 150 each. Fennec Fox Kits Males and Female Name: Melissa - user reviews Fennec Fox Pet The Fennec Fox is the smallest of the foxes. This makes them more sought after as a pet.
The large ears is a major characteristic that makes them so easily identified from other fox species. The ears are used to radiate body heat and lower their temperature, they have adopted to surviving the Sahara desert. Their coat is very soft and beige in color. The soles of the feet are covered in long fur to allow the fox to travel on the desert sand very easily. husky puppies for sale nwi
The natural habitat that you will find a fennec fox is in the Sahara desert of Africa. puppies for sale wanganui
They enjoy living in the sandy areas that contain dunes. Fennec Fox Diet Their diet includes small rodents, birds, reptiles, eggs, and insects. They will also eat fruits and seeds. They will have a favorite spot to eat at. This may be anywhere, so make sure that there is not any toxics in the cage that could be digested with the food, like litter that you may have in their litter pan.
The fox will hunt for its food at night.Owning a Fennec Fox The Fennec Fox is a social animal. They will be found in the wild in groups of up to 10-15 individuals. Fennec's being a social animal will make them a good pet because like the domestic dog, they will enjoy your company and want to be with you. But like any social animal, you may come across one that wants to be the dominant one in the group With training, you can keep this in check.Housing for a Fennec Fox The fox lives in dens that they will dig themselves. These dens can be several yards deep. Fennec's dig at great speeds which is something to think about when considering one for a pet. They may dig out of the yard quickly if precautions are not taken. They are small enough to fit through a chain linked fence.It would be best to build an enclosure specifically for the fox that is dig proof. Or for enrichment for the fox, dig the wire fencing down into the ground about 8-10 feet below their enclosure so that they can dig.
Digging is a natural behavior that they will do. Also they may show this digging behavior in your home.Fennec Fox in Captivity In their natural environment, they breed in mid to late winter and will have 2-5 cubs in March or April. A fennec fox will live 11-14 years in captivity so do educate yourself about this species before buying one. You can train them to walking on a leash. these guys will easily roam and hunt at any chance so it is a good idea to always have them on a secure leash or in an enclosure when outside.A group of foxes are called a skulk or a leash. The male fox is called a reynardThe female fox is called a vixenA baby fox is called a kit.E-mail: [email protected] Phone: (815) 291-9453She sells Fennec Foxes, Wallabies, Llamas, Australian Shepherds and Chinchillas. Breeders note: All of our babies are hand raised and sold as pets only. Each and every one is special for us and only good homes are acceptable.Matt & Jeannie BakerE-mail: [email protected] Phone: (913) 367-4116
We are USDA licensed breeders & Kansas Fish and Wildlife licensed breeders. We also do animal rescue and rehab for Kansas Fish and Wildlife. We raise Fennec Foxes, Servals, Bengals, Kinkajous, Cougars & Tennessee Walking Horses.Tim & Gayla SelfTheir menagerie consists of Fennec Foxes, Bobcats, African servals, Kinkajous, Coatimundis and Ringtail cats.E-mail:[email protected] Phone: (931) 260-2952USDA licensed Breeder of Fennec Foxes. Offering hand-raised, bottle-fed Fennecs as pets. Handled to make good pets. The fennec is one of seven species of desert foxes. They are the smallest of all the wild canines, weighing 2.5 to 4 pounds and varying in color from light sandy to reddish sandy color, with a white to creamy white belly. They have a full bushy tail with black tip and black marking on the base of their tail where their scent gland is located. The pads of their feet are fur covered for protection from the hot sand and rocks in their native habitat. They are nocturnal by nature;
however, they do enjoy basking in the sun.Native to the dry area of North Africa and the Sinai Peninsula, they are protected and listed on Appendix II by CITES, and are considered threatened in the wild; however, their population is considered adequate in the wild. They are captured for pets and for food in their native land. In the wild, they feed on spiders, beetles and other insects, bird eggs, small rodents, plant material and fruits. As burrowing animals, they are known to dig tunnels 15 feet or more in a single night, usually at the base of small hills. They are said to be able to sink out of sight in a moment! The tunnels create protection from the hot daytime sun, enemies such as vultures and jackals, as well as providing dens in which to raise their kits. Their large ears are thought to help dissipate their body heat, as well as to help detect food, enemies or potential mates. They have a very acute sense of hearing, and are easily disturbed by loud noises. In the wild they can live well away from water sources, as their systems are designed to get much of their water needs met through their diet.
However, they should always have water available for drinking in captivity.Back in 1978, Lynn Halls' original fennec foxes were brought in from Libya by an oil worker. Lynn acquired them in 1980, and set up breeding in 1982. There was very little known about the fennec foxes; indeed, they had been considered delicate and difficult to maintain in captivity, let alone successfully breed. With a long time of learning throughout the years, and collaboration with the zoo community, success has been achieved for many years here. A simple yet complete diet, along with proper housing and care has led to our success with breeding healthy fennecs over the years. We have a great reputation for the animals we raise, because we put the time and energy into every aspect of their care, hand-rearing and socialization of the kits. We have several pairs set up, and pedigree information going back over 30 years. We are a full participant & advisor with the AZA Fennec Fox SSP program (Species Survival Program);
we also provide support to other facilities,breeders, educational programs, veterinarians, private owners all over the world. We are USDA licensed as well have a restricted species permit for the State of California. *Please note that you should always check your state and local laws, as the fennec foxes are illegal in several states for private ownership, including California.** California does not allow Fennec Foxes as pets. No reputable breeder will sell you one if you live in California; if an illegal fennec is found, it will be confiscated and euthanized.A site to check for regulations in all states:Always look for a reputable breeder, ask questions, do your research, check your state and local laws, find a qualified veterinarian....BEFORE you decide to get any animal or bird!The first litters are generally born in March/April; a second breeding can bring kits to be born in summer. All kits are pulled for hand-rearing before their eyes open, usually by day 10. A parent raised fennec fox is not nearly so calm and adaptive to living in captivity;
this is why we pull and hand-rear all kits, whether for breeders, educational programs or pets. Raising fennec kits is a 24/7 job, with feedings around the clock in the beginning. They are bottle-fed and well socialized for the best adaptation for their future lives. Our focus is on breeding for the future of the species in captivity, and we feel that this helps to provide healthy animals to other licensed facilities, zoos, educational programs and more...instead of importing from the wild.We keep all our fennecs in pairs, year-round. The pair bond is very important, as the male brings food to the female when she has her kits; he also helps defend the den. We keep them in pairs throughout their lifetime here, they are very social animals and tend to become quite bonded. We don't house or breed in trios, as in our experience and that of others, it has been shown to cause lack of breeding, destroyed kits, and aggression between the females. Each pair is housed in a large fully enclosed (top and bottom) pen with a safety, and a substrate of sand.
They have a den box for hiding and whelping, shelves for sunning, and the pen is partly covered over top for further shade and protection from rain. Of course, they have their favorite toys, large PVC pipes and more. We interact with each fennec daily, spending time with them and observing. Most of the breeders we have are very friendly and look forward to a good belly rub or ear scratching. We feel it is important to be able to handle your animals, whether breeder or pet, to be able to examine them closely and catch them up when necessary to administer vaccines or other care. If they are comfortable with you, they will be less stressed and calmer overall. Fennecs with very young kits are well known to be quite sensitive to disturbance of any kind, and will quickly kill their kits as a defense measure. When the kits are first born, we do not disturb the den and limit unnecessary activity overall, including not allowing anyone near their pens. Once the kits are about 1 week old or so, they are not quite as sensitive.
Each pair is different on what they will tolerate, so you need to know your animals!Vaccines are very important, and very specific as to what works for a fennec fox! We do not give any live vaccines or puppy combo shots; we have heard too many horror stories about fennecs that have died due to being given inappropriate vaccines and amounts. Fennecs are susceptible to both Parvo and Distemper. Fennecs can also be vaccinated for Rabies, given heartworm prevention, flea treatments and de-worming. Please check with your exotic vet for the appropriate protocols; they can contact us for further information if necessary.We provide an information data sheet with our kits, which includes birth date,diet, housing, medical information, vaccines given plus amounts and dates of next booster shots and more. We do ship, via airlines. We prefer Continental Airlines, as they do an outstanding job with the animals and birds! A health certificate is also provided, as is a lifetime of answering questions.
We have excellent references, and many of our fennecs can be seen in zoos or educational programs around the country.Please note that we are always available to answer questions, no matter how big or small they may seem. We gladly share the information and experiences we have as that which works for us, not as experts or the only way to do things! We have information that we've gathered to share with veterinarians, such as blood values, x-rays and ultrasounds for comparison. There is so much still unknown about the fennec foxes, both in the wild and in captivity. We hope to add more and more to our knowledge base over time regarding all aspects of fennec foxes, both in the wild and in captivity. We have a lot of experience with breeding and hand-rearing. I have personally raised over 250 kits throughout the years, and found that every litter and each kit is different! If you are interested in one of our fennec foxes, please fill out our questionnaire form and submit it to us.