Marmosets For Sale

Marmoset Monkeys are a small, but highly intelligent species of monkey that are kept as exotic pets and often for medical research. They are complex creatures that have a lot of specific requirements that make it nearly impossible to replicate their natural habitat and stimuli. They are well known for their distinct musky odor they use to differentiate one another and their foul smelling urine they use to mark their territories, a trait that can be tamed with diligent training. Keeping a Marmoset is like having a child. They live to be up to 18 years of age in captivity and require constant attention in the form of exercise, activities, and training.

Marmoset babies

  • Name: Edy
  • Posted: 05/30/2022
  • Phone: 4237210379
  • Location: Tennessee

Marmoset babies ready now! Usda facility . 4237210379 care and training. 38 years in business.

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  • Name: Edy
  • Posted: 05/12/2022
  • Phone: 4237210379
  • Location: Tennessee

Babies several to chose from . Pick Del Rio Tennessee. 38 years experience raised at that farm . Super sweet . 4237210379 . Care and training for life of baby with 38 years experience. Supplies with baby

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Marmoset babies

  • Name: Edy
  • Posted: 05/10/2022
  • Phone: 4237210379
  • Location: Tennessee

Marmoset babies ready now . Usda facility. Del Rio Tennessee Usda facility . 4237210379 38 years in business. Care training health certificate baby supplies.

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Marmoset babies finger monkey

  • Name: Edy
  • Posted: 05/06/2022
  • Phone: 4237210379
  • Location: Tennessee

Babies available usda facility . Training and care for life of baby . 4237210379

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Marmosets finger monkey

  • Name: Edy
  • Posted: 05/04/2022
  • Phone: 4237210379
  • Location: Tennessee

Marmoset babies ready handfed. Super sweet raised on the farm . Usda facility one of the oldest breeders in the business. 4237210379

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Baby Marmoset Monkeys

  • Name: Ellen
  • Posted: 05/04/2022
  • Phone: 8652358632
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Tennessee

Super friendly hand fed baby marmosets, they’re ready to go now! They’ll go home with a supply starter pack, USDA paperwork and care instructions. We spend as much time with you as you need at pick up to make sure that you’re comfortable and confiden...

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baby marmosets

  • Name: Beckee
  • Posted: 05/02/2022
  • Phone: 7272559045
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Florida
  • Website: treetoptreasures.org

We have a baby marmoset available and another mom due any day. Please do your research on marmosets and their care. We do not sell to people with children or in banned areas. Check your city, county and state laws, before you contact me. NO BROKERS T...

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Baby Marmosets

  • Name: Beckee
  • Posted: 04/18/2022
  • Phone: 727 255-9045
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Florida

We have a couple babies available. Please do your research on marmosets and their care. Check your state, city and county laws to make sure owning a monkey is legal where you live. We do not sell to banned areas or to anyone with kids.

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Marmosets and Tamarins

  • Price: $4,000.00
  • Name: Bret
  • Posted: 04/18/2022
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Georgia

I have a 6 month old female parent raised red handed tamarin for sale for 5500, or I will trade her for an adult male. Also have a female common marmoset for 4000, or will buy your male

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Marmoset babies

  • Name: Edy
  • Posted: 03/07/2022
  • Phone: 4237210379
  • Location: Tennessee

Babies available. Ready to go . 4237210379 usda facility . Oldest breeder out there 38 yrs . Care and training for life .

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Geoffrey marmoset male baby 6000

  • Name: Edy
  • Posted: 02/24/2022
  • Phone: 4237210379
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Tennessee

Geoffrey marmoset 5 weeks . Ready now . 4237210379 $6000 Del rio Tennessee

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Hybrid marmoset

  • Price: $4,000.00
  • Name: Christopher Chilton
  • Posted: 02/19/2022
  • Phone: 2392444487
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Florida

Hybrid female marmoset. Display/breeder. Born 6-21-2019

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Marmoset and Tamarin Breeders

  • Price: 5500-7500
  • Name: Catherine Begley
  • Posted: 02/11/2022
  • Phone: 2392444487
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Florida

Beautiful Female Marmoset . Born 6-21-2019. Black tufted/ Geoffrey hybrid. Display/breeder. Male Geoffrey Marmoset. Born 2-16-19. Breeder/display Male and female Red Handed Tamarin. 1 year old. Display/breeders. Would prefer for red hands to go tog...

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Baby Marmoset Monkeys

  • Name: Ellen
  • Posted: 02/08/2022
  • Phone: 8652358632
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Tennessee

Baby marmosets ready to go now! They are hand fed and very socialized. They’re super sweet and ready to go home with their new families. Your new baby will go home with some starter supplies, USDA paperwork and care instructions and we spend as much...

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Marmoset

  • Price: $6,500.00
  • Name: Laurie Daniel
  • Posted: 01/24/2022
  • Phone: 2693324053
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Michigan

Zika has been bottle fed and handled everyday female marmoset. 10 weeks old and ready for her new home.

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Pet Marmoset

Marmoset monkeys are native to South America mostly, but due to their over population in the pet trade, can be found all over the world. The most experienced keepers can breed them, but breeding more Marmosets is not recommended. Their overpopulation is much like that of the overpopulation of dogs and cats not being cared for. Marmosets require much more, and once made captive, cannot be released in the wild to fend for themselves.

Cute and docile for the first few months Marmosets are bottle fed, they reach sexual maturity around 18-24 months and act more like human teenagers; unpredictable, hungry for attention, and aggressive if they do not get it. In the wild, Marmoset are emotional creatures that fulfill their needs within groups. Housing a Marmoset alone in a cage would be setting your keeping up for failure. Even if you give him/her a partner, you will be expected to spend 90% of its waking hours with it during its maturity. When a Marmoset feels emotionally neglected, it will let out high pitched shrills and shrieks, become destructive, and even may bite or scratch itself for attention.

One way to give them sufficient brain stimulation is to provide them lots of obstacles and toys in their cages. Things like ladders, tunnels, slides, mirrors, hammocks, and plants will give them things to do with their time. Their cages should be cleaned frequently and requires a heat lamp. Their quick-to-bore personalities play into their diets as well. Canned Marmoset food and biscuits are common, but the Marmoset get bored quickly of the same foods and will require you switch it up for them. They enjoy many human foods such as fruits, vegetables, pasta, rice, eggs, fish and meat. Since their brain stimulation is one of the most important factors of their care, providing them with meal worm and bugs twice per weak will hold their attention for some time. Crickets and grasshoppers will suffice.

Like humans, Marmoset easily contract colds and viruses, even HIV and other “human disease” so its important to exercise the same caution with them as you would your entire family. You can do this by keeping your monkey and its habitat clean, washing your hands frequently, and avoiding cross contamination. If your monkey requires taking medication to get well after exposure to a virus, it can be distracted by marshmallows. Keeping Marmoset requires a special legal permit and one of the most significant requirements is having a primate specific veterinarian close by.

It's important to recognize that Marmoset never have been and never will be fully domesticated, no matter the level of training and affection given. They are wild animals, removed, and usually require too much time, money, and patience for those who consider keeping them. The right thing to do is prepare for your Marmoset with adequate research and making a commitment to your choice once made.

Comments

  • Jessica L McBride on November 15
    I have a female Common Marmoset that is going through some issues. I believe she needs a companion. I am prepared to deal with the "company required, " I would like to find a suitable male for my girl. Please let me know if you have any offers.