Capuchin Monkeys For Sale

We can help you find your next baby capuchin monkey for sale. But before we do, let’s ensure that you are ready for the long-term commitment. Capuchins can be unpredictable, costly, destructive, and need a lot more care. Capuchins are social animals that live up to 45 years. If you can’t be home, you will need to purchase a companion monkey. Although you can take your monkey with you when they are young, it will not be possible to travel with them once they reach adulthood. It is almost impossible to find a monkey sitter. It can be challenging to find a local vet who is willing to care for your capuchins. You may need to travel up to four hours to locate a primate specialist vet.

After reading this, why would anyone still want to be a baby capuchin monkey? Capuchins are one the most fascinating primate species. Capuchins are intelligent and enjoy playing for hours. They can be mischievous, but they are smart enough to recognize when they have done something wrong. Do your research before you start looking for capuchin monkeys to buy.

Female Capuchin for Sale

BELLA

– Breed:               CAPUCHIN
– Sex:                   Female
– AGE:                11 Weeks
– Status:              Available
– Price:                $1300.00

PRICES INCLUDE 
 
* USDA Registration
* Health Certificates
* Lifetime Satisfaction guarantee
 
* Games and Toys
* Food samples and Feeding Instructions 

Click TO ADOPT BELLA!

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LARRY

– Breed:               CAPUCHIN
– Sex:                   Male
– AGE:                12 Weeks
– Status:              Available
– Price:                $1450.00

PRICES INCLUDE 
 
* USDA Registration
* Health Certificates
* Lifetime Satisfaction guarantee
 
* Games and Toys
* Food samples and Feeding Instructions 

Click TO ADOPT LARRY!

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FELI

– Breed:               CAPUCHIN
– Sex:                   Female
– AGE:                14 Weeks
– Status:              Available
– Price:                $1700.00

PRICES INCLUDE 
 
* USDA Registration
* Health Certificates
* Lifetime Satisfaction guarantee
 
* Games and Toys
* Food samples and Feeding Instructions 

Click TO ADOPT FELI !

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DIAMOND

– Breed:               CAPUCHIN
– Sex:                   Male
– AGE:                13 Weeks
– Status:              Available
– Price:                $1600.00

PRICES INCLUDE 
 
* USDA Registration
* Health Certificates
* Lifetime Satisfaction guarantee
 
* Games and Toys
* Food samples and Feeding Instructions 

Click TO ADOPT DIAMON!

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What Does A Capuchin Monkey Cost?

Baby capuchin monkey prices can vary widely and are frequently sold for more than $12,000.00. Hand-reared capuchins will be more costly than those raised by parents. Capuchins raised by parents will be more challenging to manage from the beginning. Capuchin monkeys listed for sale at a lower price are likely to be scammed or sold as rehomes or ex-breeders. First-time primate owners should not ever purchase an older capuchin monkey. They often have a lot to deal with.

Breeders will often ask for a deposit, but you should have proof. Many first-time breeders fall for online scams. You must have a USDA license to sell primates in the USA. Before you submit payment, make sure to get proof of the USDA license. Future primate owners should also pick up their capuchins at the breeder/broker. If you are shipping your monkey, ensure that the shipper has the appropriate licenses.

Although it is costly to purchase a baby capuchin, the cost of their care cannot be understated. Your capuchins will spend most of their first year clinging on to you. You will need to invest in enrichment toys, a large enclosure, and an indoor or outdoor enclosure for your baby capuchin. There will be ongoing vet bills, and your baby capuchins will need a diet mainly of fresh vegetables and commercial primate cookies. Their daily diet will cost you around $5.00.

Capuchin monkeys can live up to 45 years, so make sure you do your research before purchasing a baby capuchin monkey. They are a commitment for life.

Is There A Place To Rehome A Capuchin Monkey For Free?

Many people contact us to ask if there’s an older capuchin monkey they can adopt. Many people tell us that they have always wanted to adopt a monkey but couldn’t afford one. They also feel a need to fill a void in their hearts.

Although capuchins are not cheap to buy, their care is costly. Although there are occasional free rehomes, first-time owners are not recommended to adopt a capuchin monkey. People rehome animals in many cases because they are unable to handle their primates in the first instance. If you don’t have much experience with primates, you won’t understand their body language and will likely get hurt. Rehoming capuchins often involves a strong bond between the capuchin and their capuchin. They will also want to do what is best for the primate.

You should never click on an advertisement for a free home. The scammer will ask you to pay a rehoming fee. This is illegal unless your USDA license or one-time permit permits you. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.

Is It Possible To Rehome My Capuchin Monkey?

You cannot sell your capuchin monkey pet for a fee in the USA unless you have a USDA broker or breeder license. You can sell your capuchin monkey if you cannot care for them or you need to recover some of your expenses.

You could be in serious trouble if you sell your monkey without a permit. Although you can give your monkey away free of charge, it is not possible to charge a rehoming fee or any other fees.

Rehoming monkeys can cause trauma for both the monkey owner and the monkey. Please ensure that you find the right person to care for your monkey. Rehoming a monkey should not be done by a novice owner.

Why Are Capuchin Monkeys For Sale So Popular As Pets?

Capuchin monkeys for Sale are the most exotic primate species. Because of their intelligence and small size, many people prefer capuchin monkeys over other primate species. Because they are easier to train than most other primates, Capuchin monkeys are frequently used in movies. I won’t lie; an experienced trainer can teach your monkey many cool tricks.

Although they can be challenging to keep, they are very appealing because they look similar to us. Capuchins have the same 10 fingers and toes as us and often use their tail to grasp or hold onto objects. You’ll be able to tell when they are unhappy, but a simple hug from them will make you forget about all those difficult moments.

The most common capuchin species is the black-capped (Cebus appella), followed by the white capuchins (Cebus capucinus). Experienced primate owners believe that the black capuchin is more docile than any other species. It is up to you to decide if you want a male or female capuchin. Some people prefer males as they are more playful, while others prefer females due to their reserved nature. Males tend to be smaller than females. Once they reach adulthood, which is usually between 4-5 years of age, it’s a good idea to get them spayed or neutered in the first year.

How Can I Potty Train My Capuchin Monkey?

It is almost impossible to potty-train a capuchin monkey or any primate. Although they can be trained to use the toilet independently, it is almost impossible to teach them how to do so.

Many primate owners diaper-train their capuchin monkeys. This is easy if you start diapering them as babies. A diaper cover is used to prevent capuchin monkeys from getting into their diapers.

Our capuchins are allowed to roam freely within their enclosures, without the need for a diaper. However, they know that they will not be allowed to leave until they have their diaper, cover, and a short leash. When they run around the house, they’ll end up holding on to their leash with their tails. To prevent them from getting hurt, we have monkey-proof areas.

Are Capuchin Monkeys Dangerously Aggressive?

Capuchin monkeys are not the only monkeys that bite. Capuchins communicate with their teeth, voice, and body language.

You will need to understand the behavior of your troop members so that you can take control. This will help you to reduce the chance of being injured by your capuchin.

As they age, it can be more difficult for your primate or companion to socialize with strangers. Dora, our capuchin rescue, is a lovely monkey who interacts with me but won’t let others touch her. As a safety precaution, visitors are not allowed to touch any capuchins.

Can Capuchin Monkeys Mix With Children?

They don’t but let’s get into why. Capuchin monkeys will not have any problems with intercourse with your children as babies. Once they are older, however, capuchin monkeys will seek to dominate your children, leading to injury.

If you have children, the only way to keep a monkey is to keep them apart. This can often lead to resentment and, even worse if they are not kept together. Capuchins can be very social animals, so it’s essential to spend time with them. This will most likely make your child jealous. This is something we see repeatedly, and almost always, it will lead to a rehome.

We know of many people who have capuchins and children, but they all agree that kids and monkeys don’t get along. We recommend waiting until your children are grown before purchasing a capuchin monkey to keep as a pet.

Should I Buy My Baby Capuchin Monkeys From A Broker Or Breeder?

Many people prefer to purchase baby capuchins directly from breeders, but it depends on how reliable that broker or breeder is. Ask current owners to share their experiences with the breeder or broker before you purchase your monkey.

Ensure that your USDA license is current. A valid USDA license is required to sell primates in the USA. This includes fees for rehomes.

Can A Capuchin Be Kept As A Pet Monkey?

If you don’t want your monkey taken away, find out if you can keep a capuchin monkey in your current home.

Many states have laws and regulations regarding primate ownership. Some states make primate ownership illegal. Other states and cities restrict ownership to only new-world primates like capuchins. To find out if you are allowed to keep a capuchin monkey, please contact the USDA.

Once you have established that it is legal in your state to keep a capuchin mongrel, you will need to determine if your county has any laws against primate ownership.

You will need to check if there are any restrictions on primate ownership in your county and city. Although primate ownership may be allowed in your state, if you live within the city limits of your home, you are not allowed to keep a capuchin monkey there. You can contact your local clerk to learn about the ordinances regarding primate ownership if you live in a city.

Can Capuchin Monkeys Get Diabetes?

Although it is pretty common to have diabetes in capuchin and capuchin monkeys as pets, it can usually be avoided. Although we do see diabetic capuchin monkeys at zoos, their diets are usually less sugary, and they live together so that they’re more active. The number of diabetic capuchin monkeys is also lower.

Capuchin monkeys are very susceptible to developing diabetes, so it is crucial to ensure they eat a healthy diet. They should be fed a high-protein diet consisting mainly of vegetables, boiled eggs, and insects (like mealworms), as well as nuts/seeds and monkey biscuits. Sugary snacks should be avoided, as well as too many fruits. They should only be given small quantities of fruit.

Pet capuchins can become overweight from either overeating or not getting enough exercise. Lack of exercise is another reason they may develop diabetes. Your capuchins should have easy access to an outside enclosure. They should also be kept busy during the day with enrichment toys. You can limit their food intake or create an enrichment program.

Are you concerned that your capuchin may have developed diabetes? A blood test is the best way to determine if your capuchin has diabetes. To test your capuchin’s glucose levels, your vet will need to draw blood. The glucose level for capuchins should be between 44-94. If your capuchin is stressed, higher levels may be noticed. Your capuchin should be fed eight hours before the vet visit.

You will need to administer insulin shots to your capuchin if they have diabetes. This can be difficult. To give your monkey an insulin shot, you will need to work together to offer their arm, leg, or tail in return for a treat. It won’t be an easy task. This is why it is essential to ensure that they are on a high-protein, healthy diet to avoid diabetes.

What Should Capuchin Monkeys for Sale Eat?

Capuchins can eat almost anything. Capuchins are omnivores in the wild and eat fruits, nuts/seeds, insects, lizards, and rodents.

Pet capuchin monkeys can develop diabetes from low blood sugar. It is essential to provide a high-protein, low-sugar diet. Wild jungle fruit is rich in fiber and protein and has a lower sugar content than the food we buy. Wild monkeys must forage for food and consume many calories. This is not possible when the food is presented to them in a ready-to-eat dish. Because exercise is as important as healthy eating, zoos will often make their monkeys work to get their food.

Although it’s okay to give your capuchin some fruit, such as blueberries, this should not be more than a small portion of their daily diet. Fresh vegetables like green beans, spinach, sweet potatoes, and zucchini squash should be their primary food. Capuchins should be fed 2 to 3 times per day. They must also have access to water at all times. Capuchin Monkeys for Sale love to drink water and will eat their biscuits if they have access to it.