Looking for Marmoset Monkeys For Sale

Are you looking for a smaller monkey species? You might be interested in a common marmoset monkey (also known as a finger monkey). Marmosets are often called finger monkeys because they fit comfortably around your finger as babies. Adult marmosets can fit comfortably in your palm. However, the term finger monkey is frowned upon by primate owners because it implies unfamiliarity with the species.

The common marmoset is the most popular species. Pygmy marmosets, while smaller than the common marmoset, are not readily available to the general public. Common marmosets can be kept as pets, but they are among the smallest primates. They can also be fast and unpredictable. They need specialized attention and care. They can live for up to 15 years, so make sure you are ready for the long-term commitment.

Marmosets are smaller than capuchins, but they still need a large enclosure. No matter what enclosure you choose, it should be at least 6 feet tall. Marmosets, like all primates, require lots of attention. If you aren’t home during the day, you will need to purchase a companion marmoset. Do your research before you start looking for baby marmoset monkeys. Marmosets, unlike larger species, are more delicate and can be fatally harmed by cold sores.

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NOEL

– Breed:               MARMOSET
– Sex:                   Male
– AGE:                11 Weeks
– Status:              Available
– Price:                $2450.00

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

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FAUSTINA

FAUSTINA

– Breed:               MARMOSET
– Sex:                   Female
– AGE:                11 Weeks
– Status:              Available
– Price:                $2800.00

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

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ROSE

– Breed:               MARMOSET
– Sex:                   Female
– AGE:                13 Weeks
– Status:              Available
– Price:                $1800.00

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

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MAX

– Breed:               MARMOSET
– Sex:                   Male
– AGE:                12 Weeks
– Status:              Available
– Price:                $1350.00

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

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More About Marmoset Monkeys

What Does It Cost To Buy A Marmoset Monkey?

If you are looking to purchase baby marmoset monkeys, the price range is usually $1000.00 – $4500.00. Hand-reared marmosets will be more expensive than those that are parent-raised. From day one, parent-raised marmosets are more difficult to manage. Online ads that advertise a lower price are likely to be scams. We do not recommend that primate owners who are new to primate ownership get an older marmoset.

Monkey breeders may request a deposit, but you should have proof. Make sure that your broker or breeder has a USDA license before purchasing your marmoset. It is illegal in the USA to sell primates without a USDA license. Many first-time owners fall for this scam. Before you pay, make sure you ask for proof of the USDA license. Future primate owners should always pick up their marmoset monkeys at the facility of their broker or breeder to see how they are treated. If your marmoset monkey is being transported, ensure that the transporter has the appropriate licenses.

Even though marmoset monkeys may be small, they require a lot of care. Although the initial cost of purchasing a marmoset monkey is expensive, there are ongoing costs for their care, including their enclosure, enrichment and toys, vet visits, and their food, which includes fresh vegetables, fruits, and commercial primate biscuits. You will spend approximately $3.00 per day on their daily food.

You can expect them to be bonded to you for the first six months. It is highly recommended to get them a companion if you work during the day.

Marmoset monkeys live for up to 15 years. It is therefore important to research your options to ensure you are ready to take on this responsibility.

Do Marmoset Monkeys for Sale Make Good Pets?

Marmosets for sale are a primate species that is most commonly kept because of their small size. The nickname finger monkey describes why people fall in love so quickly with them. Despite being small, their sharp teeth are not to be underestimated. They are not as easy to train as more giant primates like capuchins. However, you will be able to handle them as long as you spend enough time with them. Although it can be tempting to kiss them, cold sores can prove fatal for them. They are certainly more fragile than larger species.

Common marmosets are the most common species, but you may also find Geoffrey marmosets (Callithrix jacchus) for sale. Although pygmy marmosets may be smaller than the common, they are not readily available for private owners.

Marmosets, like all primates, can be challenging to keep as pets, but that doesn’t make them any less appealing. They are very similar to us in how they handle and eat objects, making them unique. Although they are tiny, their speed and agility are remarkable. To keep them safe, they can leap quickly from one branch to the next.

Marmoset monkeys are not suitable for everyone and should not be kept with children. They don’t mix well with kids. As they age, their behavior may become more complicated, so make sure you do your research before adding a marmoset to your family.

Are Marmoset Monkeys For Sale A Biting Species?

Marmoset monkeys are among the monkeys that bite. They are one of the smallest species in the monkey kingdom, but their teeth are still very sharp. To build a strong bond between your monkey and you, you must take care of your marmoset monkey.

Marmoset monkeys in the wild live in large groups. While those at the top might be challenged occasionally, having an alpha status will protect you from being injured.

You will learn to understand your marmoset’s behavior over time. This is why it is so essential for first-time owners to get a baby marmoset. Your marmoset will be more difficult to socialize with strangers the older they become. Since cold sores can be fatal, it is best to avoid contact with strangers, especially marmosets.

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

Many people prefer to purchase baby marmosets 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 baby marmoset monkey is purchased from a licensed USDA agent. A valid USDA license is required to sell primates in the USA. This includes fees for rehomes.

Can You Keep A Marmoset For A Pet Monkey?

If you don’t want your monkey taken away, find out if marmosets are allowed in the area you live.

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 marmosets. You can contact the USDA to determine if marmoset monkeys for Sale are allowed in your state.

Once you have established that it is legal in your state to keep a marmoset mongrel monkey, 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, it is often prohibited to keep a marmoset monkey there. You can contact your local clerk to learn about the ordinances regarding primate ownership if you live in a city.

Are Cold Sores Dangerous For Marmosets?

Primate owners often refer to Herpes Simplex when talking about the Kiss of Death. HSV1, also known as cold sores or Herpes Simplex, is the leading cause of death in marmosets and other tamarins. There are no effective treatments. Old-world monkeys may experience similar reactions to the virus as us, but it can be fatal for smaller, newer primates such as marmosets and owls.

Most people are unaware that the majority of human adults are carriers. The virus can still be transmitted even if it is dormant. Once you are infected, it is a life-threatening disease. Even if you don’t show any symptoms or the virus appears to be dormant, you could still infect your marmosets and tamarins.

The fluid of saliva and fever blisters causes shedding. Avoid kissing your marmosets, and don’t let them eat from your mouth.

You should immediately take your marmoset to the vet if you suspect that your tamarin or marmoset has contracted Herpes Simplex. An infection can be characterized by loss of appetite, sudden seizures, and ulcers on the skin/mouth/tongue. In almost all cases, death occurs within 1-4 days (on average). Aciclovir marmosets or tamarins can be used to treat them. They seem to be able to survive for around 20 days.

It can be excruciating, so avoid touching your mouth.

How Should I Feed My Marmosets For Sale?

Marmosets for sale can eat almost anything. They can live in large groups of up to 30 individuals in the wild and eat flowers, insects, sap/gum, fruits, and small invertebrates like snails, amphibians, and amphibians.

You will want to give them fruits, vegetables, cooked lean meats (like chicken), yogurt, insects (like crickets, mealworms, and grasshoppers), monkey biscuits, or a specific marmoset diet.

Your marmosets should have an outdoor enclosure. If they don’t, ensure that they receive D3 supplements. This is important for their bone structure. To prevent Metabolic Bone Disease, many marmoset owners opt for full-spectrum lighting.

Marmoset monkeys, like all primates, should always have access to clean water.

Marmosets feed on the gum. Marmosets will use their sharp teeth and gnaw at trees to extract the gum. It is crucial to allow them access to branches. They will spend approximately 1/3 of their time doing it. A powdered form of Arabic and acacia gum is also available. Mix it with 70% water and 30% gum to make a paste that can be used to fill the holes in a pre-drilled branch. This is the best way to enrich your wild marmosets’ lives.