Animal Stories - Muntjac Deer Info


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   Muntjac Deer, frequently called Barking Deer, are the oldest known deer dating back before pre-historic times.
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Jeff Oliver - 2008-01-24
I do breed these deer. Anyone interested can email me at: envenomated03@yahoo.com

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  • miegen - 2010-03-15
    hi im not that interested in deer breeding im just wondering where the muntjac deer comes from?
  • Dave B - 2010-03-15
    Originally they came from Southeast Asia and China. They have been introduced to England as well as Florida more recently.
  • Jeff - 2010-03-30
    How much do they cost and are they legal in Montana?
  • Lee Tomlinson - 2010-04-18
    Hi Jeff,

    I'm interested in farming deer (small hold).

    Would you be interested in giving me some advice?

    lf.tomlinson@btinternet.com
  • greg - 2010-04-24
    What is your price for a female deer?
  • Giulio Ledda - 2010-10-13
    Hello
    Interested in a pair of deer, would like to know when they are available, price and location. Thanks.
  • Coral Zack - 2010-12-28
    I am very interested in getting a pair of them, if you could either e-mail me at coral_zack@yahoo.com or give me a call at 231-873-1242. Thanks so much.
  • Rick - 2011-01-15
    We are Interested in a Munjac deer if you could sent more info. What would be the cost if a Munjac deer? We live in Atlanta ga and would love to acquire a Munjac deer as a pet.
  • Pam Grant - 2011-02-22
    Are you located near Jacksonville, FL?
  • Patti - 2011-03-29
    I am just starting to look at the muntjac deer. Can you give me some idea about what a female would cost so I have some idea when I am looking. THANKS
  • Sam Hagen - 2011-12-13
    Hi Jeff,
    So what is your opinion on deer as pets and what are your prices?
    Thank You,
    Sam Hagen
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April Hathaway - 2011-05-21
We are Local USDA licence of healthy muntjac deer. Our deer are still bottled feed and actually looking for new homes.They have taken all their shots and are easily handled and tame. Our litters have been home raised and therefore will make a good home pet. If interested, feel free to contact us,

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  • Charlie Roche - 2011-05-21
    How does someone contact you? Where are you located?
  • krista - 2011-05-22
    I would love to know how much your sweet little babies are :) and where your located. Do you ship them? Im looking for one asap so please call soon with your best price. Best wishes and talk with you soon.
    818-919-6484
    Krista
  • Dave - 2011-05-29
    Where are you located? I just lost Buck(Muntjac) that I had for 16 years.

    Dave
  • Jozi101 - 2011-05-31
    Hey Im looking for a leaf muntjac. I can't seem to find them anywhere. And if I do they are thousands of dollars. Can anyone help me?
  • Jozi101 - 2011-05-31
    Hey, how many leaf muntjacs do you have? And how old are they? And How many girls are there? And when were they born?
  • amy - 2011-06-04
    How much are you asking for your babies? And where are you located? Thanks!
  • arthur wilmot - 2011-06-14
    We are interested in the price of a female muntjac deer and the age.
  • john courtney - 2011-06-22
    I was wondering if you had any muntjac deer for sale .313-215-3499 thanks John
  • Crystal - 2011-06-29
    Do you happen to have any more deer availiable and what kind do you have?
  • Nancy Johnson-Rose - 2011-07-11
    April, We are looking to purchase a female muntjac as young as possible. We are in Iowa where they are permitted, and we have lots of experience raising other types of deer. Will travel anywhere to pick one up. Will you be expecting any babies this year? Thanks!
  • Lara - 2011-09-01
    We are interesting to have in our home, and beuteful yard muntjac deers.WE LOVE animols,and have many diferrent little ones.We have 5 acr.and 2 ponds. Please, contackt us Lara
  • Joe Egan - 2011-09-06
    Do you have any adults available ? I would like to have a pair i could breed.
  • Kassi Roepke - 2011-11-04
    Hey, how could I get a hold of you regarding the deer? I'm interested, but can't find any breeders. Thanks!
  • Bob - 2011-11-12
    I am looking for a Muntjac Deer for my daughter. She is 20 years old and is in her junior year at Purdue University studying Veterinary medicine. She has had and has exotic animals. She would love to have a Muntjac to raise with her other critters. She is registered with the Indiana DNR as a breeder of Flying Squirrels and Sugar Gliders. I would love to hear from you on a sale or info as to where I can locate one. Thank you, please call me at 219-809-7582 or e-mail me at iamde3@yahoo.com. Thanks again, Bob
  • Lani - 2011-12-05
    Where are you? How much are you selling for? I am really very interested in these deers and I live in Australia. Thanks, Lani
  • Tara Kelly - 2011-12-04
    Hello, I was wondering if you had any babies due coming up to the spring. I have been searching for a breeder for a very long time. I was raised up on a farm in Australia and our family was part of WIRES, which cares for native animals. I have quite a lot of experience in raising wildlife. I have done a lot of research on the muntjac and seems to be the perfect fit for me and my lifestyle. I don't have another pets as I have been trying for nearly 2years to get in contact with a reportable breeder. I hope to hear from you soon.
  • brian - 2011-12-08
    do you know if you can have a muntjauc deer in maryland thanks
  • john correll - 2012-02-06
    Does North Carolina allow these pets?

    Cost ? Transport from?
  • clint - 2012-02-08
    I am looking to purchase a muntjac deer.
  • bobby - 2012-03-05
    Hi, I have some questions about your deer. How much are they and how could we contact you for information? They are so cute!
  • Lesia - 2012-04-16
    I would like info on your baby fawns, muntjac or leaf. Please reply ASAP. Lesia
  • Sharon - 2012-08-01
    Very interested. Please send info to trophiesandmore@hotmail.com. Thank you.
  • Rain - 2012-08-28
    Hello, I am interested in having one also, preferably a female. Please send me info on cost, pick-up/shipping, etc. Thank you.
  • katie - 2012-09-17
    I have been trying to find a baby muntjac deer I am interesterested in yours. Where are you located?
  • katie - 2012-09-17
    I have been looking for a muntjac deer baby and i'm interested in yours. Where are you located?I live in GA.
  • Daniel - 2012-11-29
    I'm wondering about your deer. I'd be interested in a male munjtac as young as possible and I'm wondering if you can send them distances?
  • Robert Roskell - 2014-08-21
    Where do u live? N how much do u want for a breeding pair
  • cheryl johnston - 2014-10-08
    I was wondering how much your babies usually run cost wise. I'm very interested. Are they legal in PA? Do I need a permit to own like I would for whitetail or no?
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Daniel - 2012-11-29
I am currently living in Nova Scotia and am looking to buy a miniature deer for a pet. I am looking to buy from a breeder nearby, but I am having a hard time finding one anywhere. If you can help me please reply. I really want one and it's going to a good home.

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  • Dara Dumont - 2013-03-15
    Hello Daniel, I am in Alberta and I am also looking into Munjac. I have not been able to find anything regarding them in Canada at all. If you have any info on if Canada allows them as pets and if you have found a breeder can you please help me out? THX
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kat - 2013-01-30
There are some misconceptions that i don't see written here. I have a female indoor muntjac that also goes out to play within a 7 ft privacy fence. Indeed they are small and sweet, mine has never shown a mean bone in her little body. But this is not a pet for just anyone, especially a child. First you can not hold them. their little hooves are like rocks and their instinct to flee will send the feet kicking and really hurt someone bad. they will sit beside you, play, follow you, lick you etc. but you can't pick them up, i had mine at just a few weeks of age. Bottle feeding and feeding them fruit and vegetables multiple times a day is a must. can really get your budget if not prepared. Bottle feeding for a year is advised. potty training to a litter box is quick as long as you are persistant and since you can't just pick em up and put them there you have to be creative as i was. took about 3 weeks. You can't use sand or you end up having mud. when they pee its as much as a horse and it stinks horibly. they pee multiple times a day, although they don't drink much water, comes from fruit and veggy's. Litter needs to be clay mixed with possibly cedar and should be changed daily or every 2 days. they chew everything, they don't outgrow it like puppy's. cords, books (no low bookshelves or near any furniture)I love our muntjac but its work. Not like having a cat. We are installing a doggie door so maybe that will help with the pee smell. also without the mixture of cedar, they track litter throughout house. If you have a doggie bed or something simular they usually pee on it because they like soft things to pee on. I'm glad i don't have carpet, it would be impossible to get the urine out. They do adjust to hardwood and tile but at first you'll need runners if you have them. They never learn to run on slick floors just walk. They need outside time to run. If given the chance to jump on the bed you'll be in trouble. lol

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  • Clarice Brough - 2013-01-31
    This is wonderful information, helps fill out the 'pet experience' and concerns to be aware of. Thanks so much for sharing your knowledge.
  • kat - 2013-01-30
    ps. the herd you buy them from should be checked for brusalosis (sure i spelled that wrong). Ours didn't come with the paper from the breeder and had to be ck'd for it in order to be registered with the state. (most states require registration) ours was then, by law microchipped.(vets office,does everything) I recommend cking with your state requirements before buying one. safety of your new pet and family. You know everyone is going to want to visit your muntjac so its recommended to follow you state laws for that reason too. i have never seen signs of worms or fleas. i was told they were resistant to that stuff and so far it has proven to be true.
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Tunde Fajko - 2013-01-19
Hi! I want a deer baby! I live in uk, manchester! I really want a deer! A deer is my dream! ! I give you any pound if you want, just give me any baby deer!  Please please please! I was so sad because i dont have deer! Please answer back! T-h-a-n-k_y-o-u_s-o_m-u-c-h

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Ebdal Myan Guaffar - 2012-12-18
he is so cute i am interested in buying him but how much does it cost?

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  • Jeremy Roche - 2012-12-18
    It will vary on the area you live.  Maybe include that info and a brreder will contact you!
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Ebdal Myan Guaffar - 2012-12-18
he is so cute i am interested in buying him but how much does it cost?

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tina sweitzer - 2012-12-10
looking for a small female leaf muntjac deer to buy, that is a newborn, that does not get any bigger then between 10 to 15 pounds i love deer, a Christain woman, would take very good care of the deer, i know God will have me take care of all his deer when i get to heaven i am 52 years old, have a very small calm sheltie dog 2 years old, looks like lassie i am a nurse, and i am very loving and compassionate, would take very good care of the deer and would name it BAMBI!! LOV DEER, do not hunt deer and husband does not hunt deer either, we just love deer!!Gods beautiful creations!!!!!!!!!!1 how much you want for a female leaf muntjac deerthanks Tina Sweitzer, from Manchester, PA

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Caitlin - 2012-12-09
I want to get one of your baby deer, I want to know how much they are and will you do shipping for one. I want a female. Please get back to me asap. I am located in Warfordsburg,PA.

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Carolina Wright - 2012-09-26
Hi there, I've always wanted to have a little deer fawn living with us and bring one up from a baby. I have worked previously at rehabilitation centres and helped look after them so I understand how much they love their bottles and how much care goes into looking after them. We have a pretty large garden with lots of trees so he or she would feel very at home with us. I was wondering how much they are to purchase also I live in England in a city called Sheffield would it be legal for me to own one and would it be a terrible journey over for the poor dear, if you do know any UK based livestock suppliers that would be great to know about them. I am serious about this and may consider getting a couple so they wouldn't feel lonely, I am a caring person and I could offer them a great life and I would enjoy having them as pets and bringing them up. It would be great to hear back soon. Kindest Regards, Caroline

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  • Charlie Roche - 2012-09-26
    I don't know what the name of  organization would be in the UK - here it is Fish and Game.  There has to be some organization that is repsonsible for control of permits, what a person is allowed to have as a pet.  They are responsible to make sure that animals are treated well by zoos and humans that own or have them.  They inspect various breeders facilities - as to what that organization is by you - I just don't know but that would be the place to start.  Muntjac deer are great and it is good you have the experience.  However, because you have a garden - you would also need to find out if anything in the garden would be toxic to the deer.  There were several plants and trees that were toxic to the little guys in Florida and I am sure in various areas in the US. These guys can jump - a 4 foot fence is nothing so you would need a 6 foot fence. If there are hawks or eagles - not sure about UK - you also need protection over the top of the fence for these guys.  They are wonderful but you have to sorta get creative with housing.    If there is a breeder in the UK -and that you can probably find out by just looking up on the web.  Having them travel a distance - I just wouldn't try it.  I doubt a baby would live through it - they are timid things and when young need to be fed every couple of hours and that is primarily at night.  They want their bottle around 4pm and every two hours till the sun comes up.  Traveling as a baby on a plane would be really difficult. 
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