Chipmunk Breeder, Bristol England United Kingdom

Chipmunk Breeder, Bristol England United Kingdom

Contact Me

If you are interested in a baby chipmunk or have any other questions concerning chipmunks please feel free to leave a comment or to e mail me, It is essential that you aquire appropriate housing for your chipmunk before adoption. Chipmunks need a large cage or an aviary so that they can run, climb and jump. They also need their own nesting box to sleep in and feel safe. If you have any further questions about housing... just ask :o)

You can find detailed pictures at the bottom of my blog that show how to determine the sex of your chipmunk(s)

Current Litter Information

one litter at the moment...
one dilute male
£60 each

Sorry but I don't ship to the USA or anywhere else in the world

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Monday, June 01, 2009

running around with babies

Sometimes the mum and chipmunks will take their new babies in their mouth and run around the cage with them... all of mine have. I don't know why they do it and it does look brutal. I have only had one baby get a slight injury from this...but it was a bit of a different situation. The dad chipmunk wanted a baby of his own... and would kidnap one certain little female baby time after time and hid her in a sock I had hanging in the cage. Somehow he gave her a little cut on her back... but it healed up with no problem. I remedied the problem by taking the sock out of their cage... and of course I would have to rescue her and put her back w/ mum... normally if your chipmunk parents run around w/ the babies just leave them alone... they put them back.

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