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Pet skunks are sarcastic. That is why mine are for sale. Forgive me if I am a bit cranky, but that is what the exotics pets said to me. The elder cat said I am essentially a turnip.... You can feel sorry for me anytime here. I used to be a Pollyanna. Today changed me forever. Living with my great-great-great-grandfather could not be more enlightening than this ancient cat and these flippant pet skunks.
First most, understand that no matter what, even if you buy a Skunk for sale, or adopt, as a new pet owner it is your responsibility to care for the Skunk it’s entire lifespan. Part of that responsibility is taking time to understand the basic needs of a Skunk. At the top of that list should be getting know the diet of a Skunk. Find out how often and what a Skunk needs to eat. Next, what shelter do you need to provide? Get to know what habitat a Skunk is accustom to, what temperature will the Skunk need to maintain, and what range of temperatures are acceptable for a Skunk to survive.
For Sale - Littlest Pet Shop Skunk with Pink Teddy Bear ❤️
May 21, 2010 - Pet skunks for sale
We have plenty of skunk kittens for sale this year. Albino, Dark Smokey Brown, and Classic Black and White. Our skunk kittens are hand-reared, weaned from mom (eating solid food), and descented when you pick them up. They come with a comprehensive care and diet booklet, starter food, and a hot line phone number to call us with questions you might have.
Baby skunks cost $349.80 including sales tax. Reservation deposits are $100 and can be sent at any time. Babies will be ready for pickup on June 26, 2015. If you are interested and don't have one reserved, please just give us a call. We will have extras available on a first come first serve basis! If you have a baby reserved, please call to schedule a pick up time and date.
We have sold and shipped many skunks to people in surrounding states and across the United States. Shipping will be at the owners expense. Recently, New Jersey has opened up their state to importation, allowing NJ residents to come into PA to obtain baby skunks.
We have been raising skunks as pets and breeding since the early 1990's. We have gained tremendous knowledge through working with special needs skunks, medical issues, and orchestrating the largest pet skunk rescue in history from Canada. We founded and support a long running non-profit club, Owners Of Pet Skunks (OOPS), to teach people about general skunk care and handle adoptions under our permits. We have supplied countless zoos and education facilities across the country with skunk ambassadors.
Pennsylvania law requires you to purchase your skunk from a licensed breeder. The paperwork the breeder provides you at sale is a rider off of their own permits and is used to prove the domestication of your skunk. Once you have purchased the skunk, you cannot legally sell it to another person.
In order to be fully licensed by law, any skunk breeder in the United States needs to possess a United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) license in addition to the state license. Any good breeder should be able to show you all their permits with non-expired expiration dates.
That beautiful coat was once a curse for skunks, who were a fur-farm staple until pelt prices declined in the late '40s. Then a 1952 truth-in-labeling act put a further damper on the sale of skunk fur, which often had been called by misleading names such as "midnight sable." But when those same fur farms found they could turn a profit by selling the animals as pals, the pet-skunk industry started to take off.