Raccoons For Sale

Baby Raccoon


Of all the pets that are available to people the world over, most never consider a raccoon. Unbeknownst to them, raccoons can be great pets since they are curious, mischievous, and most often plain old fun to watch and be around. The trouble, to begin with, is that in many areas of the country, they are illegal to have as pets. As a result, it is important that you learn from your local regulatory agency whether it is legal or not to have a raccoon as a pet before you get one.


  • Price: $500.00
  • Name: Just Wright Exotics
  • Posted: 05/10/2021
  • Phone: 567-218-1208
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Ohio

We have raccoons available now! Please text for further details. 567-218-1208. Fill out our application at the link below: You can find my form "JWE Adoption Application" at: https://form.jotform.com/justwrightexotics/jwe-adoption-application

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Crab Eating Raccoon

  • Price: $750.00
  • Name: Remington
  • Posted: 04/14/2021
  • Phone: 6414250435
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Iowa

Male breeder crab eating raccoon available. Not sure on age is not a pet, breeder only. Doesn’t act aggressive when you enter his enclosure but can act aggressive if you’re to close.

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baby racoons for sale

  • Name: Dwayne Aldridge
  • Posted: 04/08/2021
  • Phone: 3866233749
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Florida

baby raccoon for sale we have black and gray albino and blondes get your deposit in for a baby know your state laws.

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baby racoons for sale

  • Name: Dwayne Aldridge
  • Posted: 04/08/2021
  • Phone: 3866233749
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Florida

baby raccoon for sale we have black and gray albino and blondes get your deposit in for a baby know your state laws.

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South american crab eating raccoon

  • Price: 1,000
  • Name: Pam
  • Posted: 10/28/2020
  • Phone: 903.975.1913
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Texas
  • Website: Texasexoticanimals.com

Female breeder adult south american crab eating raccoon for breeder or exhibit only. Pick up in texas 75686. Not pet quality but easy to work around. 2 years old.

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Breeding Pair Crab Eating Raccoons

  • Price: $2,400.00
  • Name: Brandon
  • Posted: 10/09/2020
  • Phone: 6789832107
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Georgia

Proven pair of Crab Eating Raccoons. Great. Display or Breeder specimens. USDA facility located in Atlanta area

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Albino raccoon

  • Price: $300.00
  • Name: David
  • Posted: 08/31/2020
  • Phone: 3092247395
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Illinois

(1) albino female raccoon she’s 6 years old

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Getting a Raccoon as a pet

The most important thing to remember about getting a raccoon is that they are wild animals. Even those that are raised in captivity can lead wild behavior and should be treated accordingly.

Perhaps the best way to get your feet wet with a raccoon as a pet is to purchase one from a breeder. The good news is that raccoons can be very friendly, if properly raised. They do, however, often get into mischief. They can be litter-box trained with a little patience. When you purchase your raccoon, try to purchase one that is still being fed with a bottle. Feeding him this way while still young helps in the bonding process.

Raccoons can be high-strung if they are raised alone. If they are raised with another animal, they are usually calmer, but when they get older, they will tend to calm down.

Raccoons are curious and will get into everything. This includes cabinets and cupboards, which often have dishes in them which will end up broken on the floor after your raccoon has found them. When they do you need to correct them like they were a dog, it just takes patience.

Housing Raccoons in Captivity

Just like a dog or many other animals, a raccoon likes to have a place that is their own. For this reason you should provide them with a box or some other bedding area. Raccoons are also naturally nocturnal, so a closed box that is filled with soft bedding is best. When your raccoon is very young he should be put into his bed with something warm.

Outside time is good for raccoons. Even if you have a fenced in yard, it is good to keep your raccoon inside of an enclosed pen with a top on it. Raccoons are great climbers, and whatever you put him in he will get out of. Raccoons are great escape artists. The only real limitation is not to use a small pen for his area. That's asking for trouble. Make sure that the pen you provide is large and roomy for them to exercise in.

Another matter that often comes up with raccoons is their housebreaking habits. Raccoons can be house-trained just like a dog or cat. They should be provided with a box filled with litter and told that that is where they do their business. They will often choose someplace else, but just like a cat once that place has been found, the evidence should be removed and cleaned thoroughly, and their attention returned to the box as quickly as possible. They will eventually learn.

Enrichment for raccoons

Again, it is important to remember that a raccoon is a wild animal and given to instincts of their natural world. As a result, treating your raccoon just as you would a dog or a cat, allowing them to just lay around the house, will not work well. A raccoon that is treated like any other house pet is a bored raccoon, one that will find himself in trouble a lot.

Fortunately, giving your raccoon enrichment in their life can be fun for you and them. Raccoons love to play. They love to explore. They love to have fun. You should give them places to play, toys to play with, and most importantly, your time to be with them and keep them occupied. You will both be happier for it.

What do raccoons eat?

Your raccoon's diet varies widely. When they are young, raccoons should be fed kitten milk replacement from a bottle. It is important to remember that raccoons will overeat if allowed to do so. As a result, you should feed them until they are full, but not to the point where their stomach feels tight.

As your raccoon gets older, his diet will approach what he would eat in the wild. Unfortunately, as an omnivore, a raccoon will eat virtually anything. Making things even more complicated, their diets often change throughout the season. You might include such ingredients as worms, insects, and other invertebrates along with plant material including fruits. The bottom line is that they will eat whatever is available, whenever it is available. If what you have is less esoteric, you might want to look out for Grain-free dog food is a good staple food to give daily to your pet raccoon but you need to supplement the kibble with poultry, fish, or eggs along with a large amount of fresh vegetables, fruits, and whole prey items such as mice.

It is important to keep in mind that whatever they are fed, raccoons like to make a big mess when they eat. They especially like to wash their food before they eat, so for that reason they should be provided with a large bowl of water for this purpose.

Veterinary care

Just as is the case with many exotic animals, most veterinarians won't treat them. Instead, you need to find a veterinarian who specializes in or will treat exotic pets. Once you find a veterinarian who will treat your raccoon, treat him right since he will be a great source of help to you in the future.


  • Toshia Weisenbach on April 28
    Looking for a baby raccoon. Live in Arkansas
  • Terilynn Herter on April 20
    Looking for a young racoon still needing to be bottle fed to grow & bond within our family? I raised one; "Squigy"as a teenager & he was an AWESOME companion.
  • Claire dame on March 29
    Looking to buy a raccoon!
  • Claudia Schroeder on March 26
    i good morning i live in canada are you guys shipping to my country?
  • Jd on March 25
    Looking 4 a baby raccoon in kansas and how much
  • Lawrence on March 8
    Looking for a baby raccoon. I’ve had 2 and the passed away a long time ago and i want another one.
  • Julianna Kinney on March 8
    Looking for a baby raccoon in New Jersey!
  • Gemma ballinger on March 6
    Hiya, I’m really interested in getting a pet raccoon, but I live in Wales/UK and don’t know where to start looking to get 1 so does anybody know how to help me please? Thanks Gemma Ballinger UK x
  • Jake Blike on January 21
    Im looking for a coonie in Illinois
  • Heather on January 18
    Where do I buy a baby raccoon
  • Scott R Stantial on November 29
    Intersted in pet raccoons for sale (any age) anywhere in New England. We are in New Hampshire but willing to travel anywhere in the Northeast depending on what is available. Thank You
  • Carley carpenter on November 25
    Hell i'm interested in finding a pet raccoon to love and give a great home to.
  • Catarina Gardner on November 25
    I’m looking for a baby raccoon in Arkansas
  • Emmy on November 22
    I'm looking for an albino racoon in Renton Washington
  • Emmy on November 22
    I want an albino trash panda in Renton Washington
  • Amanda on September 18
    I am I interested in a baby raccoon.
  • Kim Yamrose on September 18
    We had rescued 3 coonies in TX. Our vet had us rehab them. In Florida it’s legal to buy a raccoon from a licensed beeder. My husband has missed our coonies ever since they left. I am seriously considering getting him one for Christmas. We are aware how much work they are, but also how much love and fun they give. We had 2 males and 1 female. I would prefer a male. I did find them to be more cuddle bugs. Do you have any babies or any coming up? Also about the cost of one? I live in dunnellon (near Ocala). We have an acre, decent size home with a pool. Thank you for any and all assistance. Kim Yamrose
  • Douglass Archibald on August 31
    I would like one of the finest raccoons in your establishment I have been looking for a racoon to spoil do not worry he will be in the greatest care he will have his own spaw and shower he will also be fitted with the finest clothes that will be tailored to his liking
  • Sienna Ritz on August 29
    I live in Canada but really want a pet raccoon.
  • Payton haas on August 28
    Can I please have a free baby raccoon
  • Dena Kay Pruitt on August 7
    My fiancé has mentioned several times he would like to have a pet raccoon. I would like to see if you have any available for sale. I live in Arkansas. We love animals! Don’t have children, all grown. Have 12 acres in the country.
  • Jerry Kegley on August 5
    do u have baby racoons and how much
  • Destiny Fontenot on July 15
    Looking for a baby raccoon in Louisiana area!!