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Old 06-02-2005, 07:25 PM   #1
Podunk
Frozen rodent supplier, with a catch

I'am currently looking for a new supplier of frozen rodents. There is a catch though, I'm looking for someone who sells hairless mice. I have a 5 foot amel corn who will NOT eat anything with hair on it. I have tried feeding him just large mice many, many times, all to no avail. This one little factor seems to be causing me grief. I still have about 25 hairless now, but they won't last long. Can anyone help?

I was dealing with SAS supply, and had done so for years. I was extremely happy with them, until recently. Now they have changed things so you can not buy direct, you have to go through a broker. Well the broker only want's to sell bag quantities, this doesn't work for me. So, even though I loved their prices, their product and the fact that I could pick my orders up in person, I'm moving on. I buy a variety of frozen rodents, and a variety of sizes, but I need someone who deals with hairless mice also. So please help me, email at PodunksPets@aol.com or just post here.

Thanks,
Jeremiah "Podunk"
 
Old 06-02-2005, 07:31 PM   #2
starwarsdad
What about rat pups? I know people use them for corns, especially for female breeders.
 
Old 06-02-2005, 07:39 PM   #3
Podunk
Not big enough

The hariless mice I'm feeding this boy are, on average, about 20 grams a piece. He could easily eat something about 10-15 grams heavier. So I really need large hairless mice, I'm even willing to try hairless rats. He could probably eat a small hairless rat.

Thanks though,
Jeremiah "Podunk"
 
Old 06-02-2005, 09:23 PM   #4
hhmoore
Jeremiah,
where upstate are you? I used to get hairless mice and rats, though at the moment I cannot remember from whom. I'll work on it and if it comes to me, and that person is still in business, I'll get back to you
 
Old 06-03-2005, 07:37 PM   #5
Podunk
Hey neighbor

I'm very close to Troy, only about 10 minutes away really. I'm located out by Averill Park.
If you happen to remember who you were getting hairless rodents from I would love to know. You can post here or email at PodunksPets@aol.com

Jeremiah "Podunk"
 
Old 06-13-2005, 08:51 PM   #6
BigCheeseRodent
Hope this helps

Jeremiah:
The only person I know who sells hairless mice is Geoff at perfect pets located in Michigan. The web site is www.perfectpet.net . Hope that helps.
Thanks,
Chad Martin
Big Cheese Rodents
800-887-0921
 
Old 06-14-2005, 03:46 PM   #7
rjward97
I am not sure of nutrient differences.. but could you use rabbit kits? Much larger than mice/rat pinks and hairless.
 
Old 07-25-2005, 03:34 PM   #8
DragonCharm
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Originally Posted by BigCheeseRodent
Jeremiah:
The only person I know who sells hairless mice is Geoff at perfect pets located in Michigan. The web site is www.perfectpet.net . Hope that helps.
Thanks,
Chad Martin
Big Cheese Rodents
800-887-0921
Wow, a rodent supplier recommending another rodent supplier.....what a stand up guy.

You can always go to the local petstore and buy a pair of live ones and start your own hairless breeding colony. It won't feed you animals this week but in the future at least you'll be able to provide your own should any new providers you find go under.
 

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