Marmoset Monkey  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.

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Often called the finger monkey, these tiny monkeys grow the size of a barbie doll and weigh less than a pound as adults. Don’t let their adorable size and facial expressions fool you, they are very curious and highly intelligent. Because they are new world primates, they are the most difficult animals we raise, they require the most dedication and time, all the time. These monkeys have special requirements, not like other animals, including special lighting, diet, veterinary expertise, neutering, and more. They are highly specialized and are not easy to care for.  If you are seriously interested in obtaining a marmoset monkey please read my Buy a Marmoset Monkey Guide and sign up for our notification list at the bottom of this page. 

How to purchase a Marmoset Monkey from us

First, research our website to learn about Marmoset care and ownership. Ask questions!

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Marmoset FAQs

Do they have scent glands or a smell?
Yes, they have smell glands, and they should be spayed or neutered if they are to be kept indoors, as the scent and urine can be extremely powerful.

Do they require any vaccinations?
Vaccinations are not required, although your veterinarian may recommend them. Before you get them treated, be sure they have experience with primates.

What is their general personality?
Very affectionate, curious, and enjoys being the center of attention and playing games. They are incredibly playful and have very interesting personalities, each one being very different, as well as being extremely intelligent.

How are they with other pets?
Will get along with most cats and enjoys playing with dogs and ferrets. Keep a watch out for playful fights because marmosets are little and dogs can get carried away and accidently damage them.

Will my marmoset bond to only one person?
In general, marmosets form bonds with anyone who interacts with them on a regular basis. Strangers do not generally agitate it, and it is free to approach them. Some are shyer than others, but they are not aggressive in general.

Can I let my Marmoset run free in my home?
Many Marmoset owners do not even have a cage in which to let their pets run around like dogs. I would advise you to baby-proof your home. Allow them to roam freely in a safe atmosphere. This is something that can be done all day.

Are there major differences between males and females in captivity?
There is no noticeable difference between the sexes when they are housed in nonbreeding conditions.

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