With well over a decade of experience in raising and training both capuchin and marmoset monkeys, we have all it takes to continue providing homes with the possibility of adopting these amazing breeds.
Alongside our family, we employ some of the very best and dedicated people to help in the day-to-day running of the primate’s life. All to ensure our marmoset and capuchin monkeys receive the best care and attention possible.
Our countryside location alongside the size of our home provides a suitable, large, and comfy environment for the monkeys to flex and enjoy the very best life has to offer.
our adorable monkeys
Monkeys as Adorable Pets
Monkeys are cute. There’s no doubt about it! Maybe you’ve seen one in a zoo or on TV or in a movie, and you’ve thought about getting a pet monkey to call your own. However, before you make the commitment, there are some things you need to know.
What do monkeys eat?
Most monkeys eat things found in nature, such as seeds, nuts and fruits. Some monkeys also enjoy eating small creatures, including spiders, insects and lizards.
Monkeys’ specialized diets can be very time-consuming and expensive. If a monkey is placed in captivity and not fed right, the result is usually that the monkey gets diabetes. Once the monkey has diabetes, this requires near-constant monitoring by a veterinarian.
What kind of enclosure should monkeys live in?
Monkeys need a lot of room to move around and play. They like to roam outdoors as much as possible. If they’re not in the wild, then they need a secure enclosure that is huge and expensive. Certain states require certain types of enclosures in order to obtain a permit to have a pet monkey. Most of these enclosures have to be a minimum of 30 square feet or more, but the truth is that monkeys never truly acclimate well to living their life in an enclosure of any kind.