Zebras For Sale

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Owning a pet is what practically everyone wishes for. There are just so many animals that people can keep as pets. The pet you keep all depends on your personal tastes and preferences. Other individuals on the other hand decide to go all exotic and try different pets that are not common; for instance keeping zebras. Why would someone want to keep a zebra as a pet? Well, there are so many interesting facts about zebra that endear them to people around the world. Here is a short zebra overview that might make you want to keep one or two as well.


Grants Zebra 3yr old Neutered Male

  • Price: $5,000.00
  • Name: Angie Jacobo
  • Posted: 09/21/2021
  • Phone: 8127644980
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Indiana

3yr. old Friendly Zebra! Likes Attention, Likes to be hand fed, Looking for a nice green pasture to live ~ showing off his stripes! You can text or call 812-764-4980

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Zebra filly

  • Name: Zebras R Us
  • Posted: 09/15/2021
  • Phone: 9097621669
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Texas

Sweet adorable little female zebra available from Zebras R Us . So gentle and kind. Gets along with other animals and loves attention. We are located in Quitman TX but can ship anywhere. Our foals can leave to the new families at 3-4 months old. We...

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Zedonk Zonkey

  • Price: $5,000.00
  • Name: Zebras R Us
  • Posted: 09/15/2021
  • Phone: 9097621669
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Texas

Thumbelina is the mom to the new baby boy zedonk. His father is a very handsome grevy zebra stallion. We guess this little guy will be standard donkey size or a little bigger. Mom is 12 hands tall and dad is 14.3. We are asking 5k for this little g...

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  • Price: $5,900.00
  • Name: Terri lynn Crutchfield
  • Posted: 08/17/2021
  • Phone: 8633811380
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Florida

Zedonk Zonkey Female foal Parents-Grants Zebra mare/spotted Jack Quality Female Foal born Aug 16, 2021 Parents & past tame zedonk on site Great disposition line Can start on Bucket or separate at desired date for pick up. USDA/FWC Facility -...

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Grant Zebra Colt ( video )

  • Price: $8,000.00
  • Name: LJ jones
  • Posted: 08/17/2021
  • Phone: 602-723-7990
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Arizona

"Bing" Beautiful Grant Zebra Colt 2 year old.. Used for events also started driving/cart training, follows us everywhere has to know what your doing and has to come up and visit with everyone. ( he's kind of a busybody ) will stand all day with you a...

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Zebra and jenny

  • Price: $8,500.00
  • Name: DL
  • Posted: 08/15/2021
  • Phone: 7654651649
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Indiana

4 year old male zebra 3 year old Jenny donkey could be bred and must go together

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Zebra - Grant Female

  • Price: 8,000
  • Name: Debra M Pruitt
  • Posted: 08/09/2021
  • Phone: 2533704618
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Washington
  • Website: oldmcdebbiesfarm.com

Zebra - Zoey is 8 years old. HAs lived at petting zoo past 2 years. Has always been kept behind a fence for safety. She loves attention and knows that costumers mean treats so comes to fence readily. She is NOT halter trained. She has not been in a...

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Grant Zebra named Marty

  • Price: $6,500.00
  • Name: kristina oliver
  • Posted: 07/12/2021
  • Phone: 9517411922
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: California

Year and a half year old has to have a buddy animal

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Zebra stud

  • Name: Greg Seifer
  • Posted: 06/15/2021
  • Phone: 574 309 3780
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Indiana

Zebra stud: 4 1/2 years old. Very calm, will eat bread from hand. Use to small pen. Not petable. No cuts or scars on head or chest. Only been with donkey. Perfect for petting zoo or small pasture. Cold hardy. Call or text - Greg at 574-309-3780

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Zebra stud

  • Price: $7,500.00
  • Name: Phillip Licking
  • Posted: 02/18/2021
  • Phone: 3086500162
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Nebraska

Three year old zebra stud bottle raised gentle. For breeding only. Raised in central Nebraska. Very beautiful zebra

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Amazing facts about zebras

Perhaps the most interesting fact about zebras is their stripes. What many people do not know is that the stripes of the zebra are unique to each individual. They are kind of like fingerprints on a human being. No two zebras have the same stripe pattern. They therefore use these stripes to identify each other in a group.

The stripes also vary from one species to another. The Mountain and Grevy’s Zebras have stripes narrows than those found in other species. The underside of these two species is usually white. The Common Zebra on the other hand is covered with broad stripes all over its body.

Zebras inhabit plains and open grasslands. They are very common in East and Southern African regions. The Common Zebra is found throughout East Africa while the Mountain Zebra is often spotted in mountain grasslands in South West Africa. Grevy’s zebra is limited to arid grasslands and it is the largest of the species of zebras. The tropical temperatures are considerably high in most of these regions and the rainfall is abundant. They lack good camouflage in these areas and therefore they rely heavily on being in groups.

Zebras are extremely social animals, they even fall asleep while being close to their neighbors. They can even sleep while standing. This enables the zebras to be warned of any impending danger. On top of that the zebras in groups are able to defend each other. In the event that a zebra is injured by a predator, other zebras might surround the injured one to defend it and try to fend off the predator if possible.

While with most animal species the mother is the key parental figure for zebras both parents are considerably important. Young ones bond very well with their mothers. The mothers are very protective of their young and will continue to feed the young with milk for about a year. Young male zebras have been known to form very strong bonds with their fathers. Zebras can run at speeds of as high as 40 km/h and they do so in a zigzag movement. This enables the zebras to escape from their predators.

Housing a zebra

As aforementioned, zebras prefer open spaces. Keeping a zebra is more like keeping a horse. A horse stable will be more than sufficient when keeping a zebra. However, make sure that there are large fields where the zebra can graze freely. This being an exotic animal, it would be wise to seek the permission of the local wildlife service body. Make a point of ensuring that the stables are always clean.

Diet and enrichment

Zebras are herbivorous animals. They feed solely on grass, leaves and buds. They may eat soft roots during a dry spell but when keeping a zebra as a pet you should ensure that hay is in no short supply. The diet of a zebra is quite simple though. As long as grass is available and enough water is provided, your zebras will be good to go. Zebras drink a lot of water. So just as the hay, let there be plenty of water for the zebra to feed. Zero grazing does not work so well with zebras. For enrichment you can allow the zebras to graze freely in the fields. There are some nutritional supplements for zebras. Saltlick and molasses can also be used although it is not all that popular.

Veterinary care

Vets who deal with horses, donkeys and even cows can also treat various zebra problems. You will be glad to know that zebras are not afflicted by the numerous health problems that affect horses and donkeys. As a matter of fact, zebras have been known to be quite resistant to a variety of pests and diseases. They do not require quite a lot of vet care as do most other animals.

Breeding and hybrid zebras

Zebras will naturally interbreed with members of their own species to produce fertile offspring. The gestation period is usually between 10 and 12 months. The young zebra will take about three years to mature fully. The weaning period lasts for about a year. The foal (young of a zebra) is fully weaned by the eleventh month after birth.

Zebras have been interbred with other animals of different genetic group such as the donkey and the horse to produce different hybrids. A zebra interbred with a horse will produce a young one known as a zorse. A zebra and a donkey produce either a zedonk or a zonkey- depending on which of the two is the male. If the male was the zebra then they produce a zonkey.

All these offspring produced through interbreeding zebras with other animals have the resistance to diseases and pests that zebras have. The zonkey is also notably stronger and larger than a donkey. This breeding has enabled the production of stronger farm animals especially in countries where donkeys are very popular pack animals. The only problem is that like all other hybrid offspring, these hybrids are totally infertile. They cannot reproduce themselves.

Legal matters
Just as it is compulsory in some places to obtain a license to keep horses, they same must be done for zebras. Keeping a zebra as a pet is illegal in some places. Therefore, as above mentioned, it would only be to your benefit if you checked with the relevant authorities in the area.


  • Rachelle Lapham on June 22
    Do you need a license to own one in Arizona? I'm waiting on some money then I'm wanting to purchase bing for a business I plan to build
  • Elephant man on May 23
    Zebras are really cool but I will stick to the elephants 😂😂😂
  • Kim on April 26
    We have a zebra his name is Zebedee, yes they are cute but you need to take care of them. He is a fantastic herd protector. They like to bond to one animal or human, you need to pattern them when they are young. Ours is a gelding, which makes it easier to work with.
  • lizzie on January 5
    The zebras are so cute but none in my state and out of my price range
  • Jose on October 12
    Im forward to have zebras in my ranch
  • nikki morris on September 12
    the zebras are so cute looking forward to my very own