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Reply Yupi
9:00 PM on February 2, 2017 
I want 2 babies chipmunk please hell me
Reply Millie jones
7:10 PM on October 6, 2016 
Good evening,
I'm very interested in purchasing two of your female dilute babies if you have any available at the moment.
I already have two gorgeous boys that I have had for 2 1/2 years now and they have made me obsessed with the little things! They have both a indoor and outdoor enclosure but amuse themselves having the run of the house!
If you have any available at the moment i would greatly appreciate an email
Kind regards
Reply Susan Caldwell
8:49 AM on August 22, 2016 
If you still have chipmunks, I would like them. I live in Arkansas.. Already have four..
Reply Marko
9:53 AM on June 15, 2016 
Hello. My name is Marko and i am from Romania. I also own chipmunks, but i am having a hard time breeding them. I have two young females that had their first litter and i found the kitts dead. The females didn't seem to have given milk (had no visible tits). I kept them in 80 cm high cages, but i had two years ago a female that had kitts in such a cage and they were ok. I also have chipmunks in a large aviary. I feed them corn, wheat, sun flower seeds. apples, carrots and cuttle fish bone. They are not stressed. The place is quiet. What am i doing wrong ? Please help !
Reply Angela Edwards
1:35 PM on June 14, 2016 
I love your site! I am from Canada and live in the country. I have numerous chipmunks around my house, that I have gotten used to being fed. They are so friendly now they will come up onto my husband and my lap. One comes to our patio doors and looks in at us, I will go outside to feed her and she patiently waits for me. They are wonderful little creatures. I wish we had breeders in Canada.
Thanks so much for having such a knowledgable and wonderful site. I really enjoy coming here!

Angela from Ontario Canada
Reply chirpiechipmunkz
1:56 AM on May 25, 2016 
Hi U.S.A visitors - I have a friend who urgently needs some baby Chipmunks rehomed, they are weaned and ready to go now. The babies are a rare Grey colour, a new mutation in the states. There are three babies one is the standard Agouti colour like the parents, the other two are Grey. She would love them to go to loving homes rather than have to take them to a pet shop which she will be forced to if she can't find any homes for them. She doesn't know the sexes of them yet. She lives in Texas. If anyone reading is interested please contact me and I'll pass your details on to her. She does have pictures of the babies for anyone interested.
Reply chirpiechipmunkz
9:50 PM on May 24, 2016 
Hi Kenny, I don't know any breeders in Scotland but you could try

I think I saw someone selling a group of Chipmunks in the Highlands quite recently on Preloved, good luck.
Reply chirpiechipmunkz
9:46 PM on May 24, 2016 
Hi Stephanie, I sent a reply to your email hope you got it. Diatomaceous Earth might help with her fur loss. About her being quiet that's quite normal in the winter, she should of perked up with the start of the spring breeding season. I sent you some websites you could try for toys and accessories they are U.K. ones I don't know any in Korea.
Reply kenny
5:39 AM on April 29, 2016 
i live in the highlands of Scotland do you know of any breeders up this way please and thanks
Reply Stephanie
6:24 PM on March 3, 2016 
Hi Chirpie Chipmunkz! I have a small concern about my chippie that I was hoping you could give some advice on. Penelope is just 11 months old and our only chipmunk. She has free range of our small, chippie-proofed apartment. In the past month we've noticed that while grooming her tail she has focused on one spot in particular. That spot now seems to have a little less hair. On top of that, her tail has not been bushed out in that spot for a couple of weeks. We've also noticed that the amount of her tail that can fully bush out is getting shorter and shorter. She doesn't seem to be injured nor did she have any recent incidents. It hasn't hindered her agility. We just worry as first time chippie guardians. Also, she recently entered her first mating season (I sent an email to you with some questions about it) and we've noticed she also feels more comfortable to sit in a ball and sleep out in the open more often during the day. We know it's a cold winter and she could just be sleepy, but we also worry if she is just bored. For her first birthday we wanted to get her something amazing, like an activity area, to explore on. Any tips for online shopping (Korea has nothing), any insight about tail health, and any advice about extra sleepy behavior during winter days (I just assumed it was natural). Thank you, thank you!
Reply chirpiechipmunkz
8:55 AM on February 17, 2016 
Hi Stephanie, glad my website has helped you. Thanks for the link to your videos, Penelope is really lovely I love the video of her digging particularly.
Reply Stephanie
4:23 AM on February 15, 2016 
Hello from Seoul! Our family (me, husband Jon, and chippie Penelope) loves your page. Thank you for all the information. Here is our sweet fur baby...
Reply chirpiechipmunkz
9:36 PM on March 22, 2015 
Hi Henry, thanks for the youtube link I enjoyed seeing the videos of your Chipmunk and other animals.

Hi Pat, glad I have helped you. The dosage usually goes by weight of the Chipmunk or how bad the infection is. Also it depends on if you are giving it to him directly into his mouth or putting it in water. Most of mine the dosage has been 0.4ml twice a day if syringed directly into their mouth and 0.8ml put into 50ml of water if going to be given in the water bottle.
Reply Pat
11:35 PM on March 20, 2015 
You have helped me diagnose an abscessed cheek pouch in my chipmunk . I am no longer able to handle him so I have to medicate with a syringe. Any chance you know what dosage of baytril ?
Reply Henry
11:18 PM on December 28, 2014