For species less common than reds and arctics.
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I have heard of this problem happening, with there being not enough breeders and too many people wanting one; is this a real problem? I would like to know. Are there some knowledgeable people that can tell me?
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There is mention of Fennec supply/demand here: http://sybilsden.com/bb/viewtopic.php?f=112&t=13332
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Yes. They are had to breed and raise successfully. And it's not like any new owner can start breeding for the money. Aside from the difficulties a lot of the fennecs out there are already related to each other and the gene pool does get smaller as older ones die off. One of the issues with unlicensed breeders if they haven't done their research to know they need a license or care then they likely haven't or don't care about relation status of their breeders either.
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