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Kingsbury Hosts An Exotic Animal Ranch Like No Other

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Has being holed up in your house led to longing for an unusual companion, in pet form? Or perhaps you would like to begin a menagerie and already have the standard dog and cat? If so, there is a special place in Kingsbury called Janda Exotics Animal Ranch which can help your dreams come true! Founders and owners, Ashley and Jason Duncan, as well as their experienced team, are healthfully raising over 30 species of beautiful exotic animals! From small to large, it is guaranteed several residents will catch your eye.

Kingsbury Hosts an Exotic Animal Ranch Like No Other

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The goal at Janda Exotics Animal Ranch is to keep the animals happy and healthy, then breed when possible. Some examples of the animals found there are hedgehogs, sugar gliders, chinchillas, marmosets, coatis, dwarf and Kunekune pigs, prairie dog, lemurs, dwarf and pygmy goats, Mini Zebu, and red kangaroos. Animals often leave there to live with families, educators, and national zoos, as well as to be featured on Animal Planet and National Geographic. Janda Exotics Animal Ranch holds licenses with Texas Parks and Wildlife and US Department of Agriculture; this means a higher level of standard care is maintained than in non-licensed facilities.

Kingsbury Hosts an Exotic Animal Ranch Like No Other

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During non-pandemic times, an interactive zoological tour is available which culminates in a session at the Cuddle Cabin. Here, participants can observe and hold some of the baby animals onsite. As of now, they are currently open for baby pick-ups at the facility in Kingsbury, Texas. Although their famous tours are presently closed, those picking up will be able to see some animals. Interested in seeing this hub of conservation and breeding of exotics? Call Janda Exotics Animal Ranch to make an appointment, then travel on I-10, between Luling and Seguin. This site is 100% self-funded. Visit the gift shop or donate online to help care directly for the animals.