Choosing an exotic animal
Texas Exotic Animals is a small local exotic animal breeder in Franklin County in Northeast Texas. My name is Pam and I specialize in breeding unusual kinds of pets. This is a lifelong passion of mine that I have pursued as a hobby for as long as I can remember. I have worked as a volunteer for different exotic ranches, herpetological societies, and wildlife rescues in the past. I have decided to concentrate my efforts on exotic pet breeding. I specialize in small, more companion type pets for loving homes. I keep my operation small so I can assure that every baby receives proper socialization and loving care by me personally. This goes beyond "hand feeding." Our babies are handled and interacted with constantly so that they are accustomed to, and often desire, human interaction. My babies are my passion in life. Tending and nurturing them is something I look forward to every day. I have a variety of interests and that will reflect what I raise for you. Please take a look at our care sheets and make sure, before purchasing any pet, that you do your research and choose one that can adapt to your lifestyle, and that you can adapt to theirs.
Welcome To Texas Exotic Animals
Texas Exotic Animals
PO Box 293
Mt. Vernon, TX 75457-0293
If you are looking for a unique pet you have come to the right place. If you are looking for an obedient, well trained companion that will follow you around, jump at your every command, and constantly seek your approval you should consider getting a dog because, if you are honest with yourself, you are not looking for the qualities you will find in most exotic animals. Raising most kinds of exotics can be challenging, but very rewarding. If you have to ask why, you might be at the wrong website. Exotic animals are special and sometimes their requirements and diets are different and require more thought than running to the store for a can of food and walking on a leash. Please keep these things in mind as you consider adding an exotic animal to your family.
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