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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 09-07-2009, 10:28 PM Thread Starter
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In a few years hopefully I will breed mice again. I am very excited and already obsessing about it. Some new things are occurring to me though. Do you need a breeding license or something like that? Especially if they will be pets only. I used to have a few litters, and never thought about this, but I wasn't selling the mice, and who knows in a few years I might have to sell some of them if I have large litters. If I think of anything else I will post. Thanks in advance


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As far as I know, at least in my area, you don't need a license in order to breed rodents. (Or for that matter, even dogs and cats, actually...) Just make sure you have a lot of space and cages--mice breed lots at a time, and quite quickly! (I found this out very fast when I was breeding a while back!)


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Thank you! I didn't think so, but how bad would that be to not have one if it was needed! I have had three litters before, so I know quite a bit about the little cuties. Me and my friend have lots of cages and we won't breed steadily, I really miss having babies around ]: Already saving up for the costs of bedding and food,


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Already saving up for the costs of bedding and food,
I know...it's AMAZING how much food those little guys can go through!!!!!!!


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Nope.A breeding liscense is not needed to breed mice and rats.




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