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Old July 2nd, 2007, 03:45 PM
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Mouse breeders in The Maritimes

Does anyone know of someone, a friend, or otherwise that breeds fancy mice in the Maritimes at all?
I've been having a heck of a time trying to find someone who does. I've got 2 mice now from the pet store, but they cannot order me in any more fancy mice and I'm looking for breeder mice anyways. They have nicer personalities and are much friendlier. Mine are ok, but quite scared and hard to tame.
Anyone have any info they can pass along?
Tanya (33) and Joey (33)
kittykid: Oliver (1)
mouseykids: Mario (4mths) & Lucia (3mths)
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Old July 2nd, 2007, 05:04 PM
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I dont have a lot of info for you sorry I do know that you need to make sure to handle them everyday....mice arent afraid to bite , and they will if you dont hold them often. I used to have two when I was little, not ment for breeding, however they just wouldnt quit ! I finally had to seperate them becuase they would quit having babies , lol...I couldnt find any more people who would buy them! I dont think you can fix mice either
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