Baby Gerbils

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Sidcup, Kent
Member since Jul 2016

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Key Advert Facts

Pet Type :
Pet Breed :
Advert Type :
For Sale
Advertiser Type :
Breeder / Frequent Advertiser
Pets Current Age :
9 weeks old (More Info)

Full Advert Details

- Pictures will be updated once all litters have their fur
- Pups to be sexed on the 31/12/2016

Three new litters of gerbils will be available to take home in February 2017

My Pied creme female and her Argente Gold partner have had four pups and they were born on the 21/12/2016. Fuzz indicating two pied cremes, one Argent Gold and a possible white/faded creme.

My Burmese and her Brown Agouti mate have had three pups on the 23/12/2016, all pups looked to be dark coated.

My Colourpoint Agouti and her Brown Agouti male have had six pups born on the 25/12/2016 (Christmas babies!) which are still growing in their first layers of fuzz!

Pups are priced at 9 pound for a single or 15 pound for a pair. Pups will only be sold in >SAME SEX< pairings.

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