Livestock list

For up to date details of what we have in stock please visit http://www.angellpets.co.uk/. Below is a list of some of what we usually hold.

For any enquiries on what we have in stock or will be getting or for advice on any animal, please use the form on the “Contact Us” page. It is a more efficient and private way of getting a response from us as it flags an email to me rather than me having to trawl through the hundreds of comments submitted daily, the vast majority of which are spam.
http://angellpets.com/contact-us/

Small mammals

  • Ferrets (Babies have been born, ready approx end of June 2017)
  • Gerbil
  • Guinea pigs
  • Mouse female
  • Rabbits (Mini lops)
  • Rats (dumbos, top eared)
  • Syrian Hamsters

Birds

  • Budgies (normal and rainbow)
  • Canarys
  • Cockatiel (grey, coloured, white faced)
  • Conures
  • Finches
  • Parakeets
  • Parrots

Fish

  • Barbs
  • Danio ( zebra, leopard, pearl, gold zebra)
  • Guppy
  • Loaches
  • Molly
  • Platy
  • Rasbora
  • Tetra

Aquatic plants

  • Various

Amphibians

  • Axolotl
  • Dart Frogs
  • Tree Frogs
  • Fire Salamander

Lizards

  • Bearded dragon
  • Crested gecko
  • Leopard gecko
  • Kotschys gecko
  • Day gecko

Snakes

  • Common Boa
  • Corn snakes
  • Carpet python
  • Milk snakes
  • Royal pythons
  • Sand Boa

Spiders

  • Curly hair (Brachypelma albopilosum)
  • Giant White Knee (Acanthosurria geniculata)
  • Salmon pink birdeater (Lasiodora parahybana)
  • Thai Zebra (Brachypelma kahlengeri)
  • Trinidad Chevron (Psalmopoeus cambridgei)
  • Blackfire Birdeater (Pamphobeteus Vespertinus)
  • Blue Querzon Earth Tiger (Orphaneus sp.)
  • Blue Velvet Pink Toe (Aviculara sp)
  • Cameroon Red Baboon (Hysterocrates gigas)
  • Costa Rican Tiger Rump (Cyclosternum fasciatum)
  • Gooty Ornamental (Poecilotheria metallica)
  • Mexican Red Knee (Brachpelma smithi)
  • Mexican Red Rump (Brachypelma vagans)
  • Skeleton Tarantula (Ephebopus Murinus)
  • Socotra Island Blue Baboon (Monocentropus balfouri)
  • Venezuelan Suntiger (Psalmopeus irminia)

Scorpions

  • Asian Jungle Scorpion (Heterometrus cyaneus )
  • Asian Forest Scorpion (Heterometrus spinifer)

Other invertebrates

  • Death Heads Cockroach
  • Mantids
  • Stick insect: giant spiny, Indian, thorny, prickly etc
  • Fruit Beetle
  • Giant African Millipede

Our livestock policy

All livestock is guaranteed from the day of purchase. After purchase the buyer takes full responsibility for the care or the animal.

Should any animal fall ill within a 30 day period, our staff must be notified immediately by telephone or in person. At this time we will advise on appropriate care or seek veterinary advice. We do our very best to identify the sex of the livestock, however mistakes do occur. In this case, where gender has been specified, we will refund or exchange the animal within this period if requested.

In the event of fatality within 30 days of purchase, Angell Pets will offer a full refund or replacement providing that:

Our staff have been notified of the illness immediately
The animal has been housed correctly and has received appropriate care for the species in line with our recommendations
Proof of fatality is provided by returning the body to us in good condition
Any contract entered into between the buyer and their own veterinarian for treatment will be at the buyer’s own discretion. Angell Pets will not be liable for any cost arising from such treatment. By entering into a contract with a third party in this way, without prior consent from Angell Pets, the buyer waives their right to refund or replacement. In the event of dispute between Angell Pets and the buyer in respect of a fatality or illness the vendor’s decision is final.

37 thoughts on “Livestock list

  1. Do you sell Marmoset or Capuchin monkeys? I’m a teenage girl who adores animals, especially monkeys. I would love a small monkey to play with and look after. Having a pet monkey has been my dream since I was 4. And now, 10 years later I’m planning to finally raise one as my own. If not no worries but could you let me know if anything happens please?

    Thank you for your time.

    • Caitlin

      We do not sell primates. We do not believe primates of any sort should be kept as pets. Most should live in large social groups of their own species and should not be kept alone. The size of a suitable enclosure would be bigger than the average house. We would strongly recommend you rethink trying to purchase such an unsuitable animal that would only suffer if kept as a pet on its own.

    • Hi Clare,
      We have one female left in stock that is ready for sale. We are expecting more in today but they won’t be ready for a few days as we like to make sure they’re okay first.

  2. Hi, I am considering getting a snake (Possibly a Corn Snake or Royal Python as those are apparently quite good for beginners) as I have taken an interest in them after my few small interactions with them, I was wondering if you allow people to hold the snakes or anything of that kind, as my experience with them face to face is limited and I don’t want to rush into something that I may regret. I understand this may not be possible though.

    Thankyou for your time.

    • Hi

      Of course we allow handling of livestock before purchase. You can’t make a sensible decision without it in my opinion.
      Call me on 01452 501882 to discuss.

    • Hi

      Ferrets are seasonal breeders and the breeding season is now over for this year. We only sell our own ferrets and have sold all of this years litters. We will not have more until next year now, end of May at the earliest.

  3. Do you sell gerbilariums or the glass cages that you can keep gerbils in
    i have used the wire cages before for them but i prefer a glass cage as it provides a deep digging space as well as avoidance of wire bars
    th

  4. For any enquiries on what we have in stock or will be getting or for advice on any animal, please use the form on the “Contact Us” page. It is a more efficient and private way of getting a response from us as it flags an email to me rather than me having to trawl through the hundreds of comments submitted daily, the vast majority of which are spam.
    http://angellpets.com/contact-us/

    Richard

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