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Want a new baby, what sex should I pick?

Posted: Sun Mar 02, 2014 6:48 pm
by FawnLeibowitz
I'd like to adopt a new baby as a playmate for my baby girl. Which sex should I pick and how should I go about looking for a new baby? I'm leery of the internet exotic sites because I'm afraid they're mills. I'm in florida and want to make a good choice. My first was found near death as an infant too small to eat anything but formula, and I nursed her back to health. Now I think she'd like some company. I'd prefer a girl because r.b. is so docile. Any thoughts?

Re: Want a new baby, what sex should I pick?

Posted: Fri Mar 16, 2018 1:06 pm
by Caylee2111
Well that depends. :scratch:

Re: Want a new baby, what sex should I pick?

Posted: Fri Mar 16, 2018 1:08 pm
by Caylee2111
If you dont mind it being pricey Janda Exotics is great.
As for which sex, from my reasearch, I would say a male, they are probably even less likely to bite. Females, would not be quite as friendy. But do you want babies? Personally I would say, go with a male. But its up to you!

Re: Want a new baby, what sex should I pick?

Posted: Sat Mar 17, 2018 11:25 am
by Joan
FawnLeibowitz wrote:I'd like to adopt a new baby as a playmate for my baby girl. Which sex should I pick and how should I go about looking for a new baby? I'm leery of the internet exotic sites because I'm afraid they're mills.

Many are mills. :(

FawnLeibowitz wrote: I'm in florida and want to make a good choice. My first was found near death as an infant too small to eat anything but formula, and I nursed her back to health. Now I think she'd like some company. I'd prefer a girl because r.b. is so docile. Any thoughts?

There are some good hobby breeders in Florida and also mills that export overseas. Where are you located? Why do you think he wants company?
If he gets attention from you? Flyers bond very strongly to humans but there is a chance that a second will bond more to the first if introduced at a later date. An only flyer can be VERY happy.