Oklahoma Legality and Trying to Find a Breeder

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Oklahoma Legality and Trying to Find a Breeder

Postby jixan » Mon Dec 28, 2009 11:50 pm

Hello all, glad to be a new part of the community here.

I was curious if anyone had a FS connection in Oklahoma. I have seen the one has to posses a legal permit to possess a FS, but not have been able to find out how to acquire such paper work here in Oklahoma.

Also, I have been trying to find a good friendly breeder in central Oklahoma.

Thank you very much for your time and information!
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Re: Oklahoma Legality and Trying to Find a Breeder

Postby DinNorman » Tue Dec 29, 2009 8:02 am

I think that there are only very few of us in Oklahoma. I live in central oklahoma but only have a single female. To be legal one must apply for a permit, get accepted, and then renew it yearly. It is easier to just be discrete about owning a "flat tailed gerbil". I know of no one who breeds them near us.
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Re: Oklahoma Legality and Trying to Find a Breeder

Postby jixan » Mon Jan 04, 2010 8:42 pm

David,

Thank you for the response. Do you know of how to acquire additional "flat tail gerbils" in Oklahoma then by chance?


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