A monkey would be considered an exotic pet. Anyone who wants an exotic pet should first look up their particular state's law regarding exotic pets. Some exotics are banned in some states and others have limitations and requirements that have to be met. See related links for a map of the US states classified by primate regulations.
Once that's done you need to research the particular monkey that you are looking to buy. Pygmy Marmosets have very specific dietary needs and many a pet marmoset has died because their owner didn't know they require a high amount of vitamin D3. You also need to know that Pygmy Marmosets have teeth specifically made to gouge bark and they may be destructive to wood. They also pee and poop on their paws because, in the wild, it affords them better a grip. They make high pitched noises meant to carry over long distances, they have have a strong scent, and require a high perched secure spot with soft fuzzy things to cuddle up with for sleeping. They are also prone to becoming aggressive once they reach sexual maturity and will likely bite and claw. They live some 16 to 20 years, so you would be making a very long term commitment. You'd also want to make sure that your local vet cares for exotics or find one who does.
If you've done all the research and still think the Pygmy Marmoset is the pet for you, then you have the unenviable task of finding a reputable breeder. There are quite a few websites out there with primate breeders looking to sell monkeys, all you have to do is run a search on any search engine to find a slew of them, but if you want to find a good breeder, your best bet is to ask a vet or someone who has previously purchased one.
First you must find out if it is legal to own a primate in your respected state/country.
Then you will have to hunt down for the actual monkey, be forewarned that owning a pygmy marmoset as a pet is incredibly difficult and do not attempt to do so unless you are very experienced and willing to devote a lot of time.
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Depending on where you live the question may need to be "can I buy", as it is illegal to own a primate privately in California, Colorado, Connecticut, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Utah, Vermont, Wyoming. And in West Virginia, primates will no longer be allowed as of January 1, 2009. If legal in your locale then there are many websites available for the purchase of a primate. 99% of pet stores will not carry them as they have learned the hassle of monkeys and the sad results of selling monkeys to individuals, so it it is pretty much online shopping these days.
Yes, in some states. It just depends on which one you live in.
You can buy African Pygmy Hedgehogs at many pet shops as well as breeders.
The Pygmy Hippopotamus lives in the swamps of West Africa For more iformation about these facinating creatures, visit this website; http://nationalzoo.si.edu/Animals/AsianElephants/factpygmyhippo.cfm
If you have a pet hedgehog in the US, it likely is an African Pygmy hedgehog, as that is the only breed that can legally be kept as pets. However there are several other breeds in the wild.
You can find the pygmy marmosett in durba at the pet store called pet for all
You most likely cannot buy a pygmy marmoset in Australia as a pet. There are permits available but the chances of getting one are unlikely.
African Pygmy Hedgehogs are the most common breed, but their is no illegal breed, as long as hedgehogs are legal in your state, country, or province. ^^
You could by a wuggle pet in walgreens
Only buy a hedgehog from a knowledgeable and responsible BREEDER. I've included a link to the HBA breeders page. Please don't use the Hedgehog Central page - it hasn't been updated in years and the owners are none-responsive.Never, never buy a hedgehog from a pet store.
This is the way to get a hedgehog with out using a cheat engine. First go to the shop where you buy pets then click on the pet that is near hedgehog then click buy then don't color it . You should do it very fast click close then go to hedgehog click Ok then they will say you can find your hedge on your homepage. But it sometimes it does not work.
ask a pet owner
Yes they are but please don't buy one from a pet store. Most pet stores do not get their hedgehogs from a good breeder. They usually buy them from people who breed hedgehogs way too often. This leads to genetic disorders within the blood line. So if you do wish to buy a beautiful hedgehog, buy him or her from a reputable breeder. :)