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PLEASE FILL OUT PURCHASE FORM:
TO FILL OUT FORM
CLICK IN THE  BOX
and type in your info in box
WHEN YOU ARE FINISHED 
please push the SUBMIT BUTTON

If you submit an adoption form we do not contact you.
We still require a deposit to be on the list for distribution 
please call  260-927-0488 
or send your deposit to
Tiny Tracks Exotic Animals LLC
4354 County Road 60
Auburn, IN 46706

Please use a real computer to submit form.
i phones submit BLANK FORMS
Thank-you



Taking DEPOSITS for 2018

Our purchase procedure is BELOW the states information.

 We sell animals  to (USA ONLY) and the following states:
PLEASE NOTE:

ALL CONTENTS (INCLUDING PICTURES) OF THIS WEB SITE 
ARE THE PROPERTY OF TINY TRACKS AND 
MAY NOT 
BE RE PRODUCED  WITHOUT WRITTEN PERMISSION AND WILL BE PROSECUTED TO THE FULLEST EXTENT OF THE LAW 
PURCHASE PROCEDURE:

Sorry we do not  give TOURS of our facility 
as we are a LICENSED BREEDER... not a zoo, exhibitor, educational facility, or
pet store.


                        OUR ADDRESS IS 

                      Tiny Tracks Exotic Animals LLC
                      4354 County Road 60
                      Auburn, IN 46706
                      260-927-0488


BABIES ARE BORN IN THE SPRING
 and go thru June or July depending on the SPECIES ....... 1 TIME PER YEAR

SORRY, We do not ship. 

IF you are not able to pick up your animal at our facility.
we suggest you find a closer breeder to you.


​TO PURCHASE AN ANIMAL FROM TINY TRACKS EXOTIC ANIMALS LLC
THESE ARE OUR POLICIES:

ALL DEPOSITS........... ARE NON REFUNDABLE and not Transferable. 

All deposits are  200.00 per animal.

If you are wanting to give an animal as a gift, we can make a gift certificate up for you for any occasion. 

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Tiny Tracks Exotic Animals LLC makes the person(customer) who wishes to purchase the animal THEIR RESPONSIBILITY to know their state laws where they live City, County, and State.  
Tiny Tracks Exotic Animals LLC takes no responsibility  of:
 The laws, ordinances, or any other regulations regarding the POSSESSION or IMPORTATION of the animal. 

 Legal ownership is required for all animals.  

We DO NOT require that you have the permit at the time of deposit.  
We just want you to be aware you may need a permit for the animal. 
 IF you need a permit for the animal, 
PLEASE OBTAIN the permit BEFORE PICK UP. 
It takes 2-4 weeks to obtain a permit.

We have a STATES INFO PAGE...........
CALL your  DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES 
or  FISH AND GAME.

Keep in mind EACH STATE  makes its own rules and regulations.

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Tiny Tracks Exotic Animals LLC requires you
to completely fill out our purchase form and pay your non-refundable deposit.
We do not contact you after you fill out and submit an adoption form.  
When you make a deposit and fill out an adoption form we create a file for you and send in the mail to your home a confirmation letter. These 2 things put you in line for distribution of an animal.
The deposit goes toward the price of the animal.   
The animals are distributed in the order we receive the deposits.  


******************DEPOSITS CAN BE SENT TO:*************************************

All animal deposits are 200.00 per animal 
(please include your info and 
what animal you are getting  and your info when making a deposit)

                     Tiny Tracks Exotic Animals LLC
                     4354 County Road 60
                     Auburn, IN 46706
                     260-927-0488

We accept deposits with: 
CASH, MONEY ORDER, CHECK or 
a CREDIT CARD OVER THE PHONE.  260-927-0488

FINAL PAYMENTS are to be made in CASH at PICK UP!

(note the prices of the animals are listed BELOW the pictures on the pages of the specific animal page.   The prices listed are the male price)

We charge +50.00 more for a female than a male per animal

                           DEPOSITS are as follows:

 ALL ANIMALS REQUIRE A DEPOSIT OF 200.00 

Silver Ranch Raised Fox- 200.00 ea.

Raccoon- 200.00 ea.

Arctic Fox - 200.00 ea.

Gray Fox -200.00 ea.


*********************TO RECEIVE ANY TYPE OF  REFUND************************

ALL of these conditions must be met !!!

It is a shame we have to make these rules 
 all it takes is 1 BAD APPLE to spoil it for everyone. 
So this is why we have these rules in place.

*Must have COMPLETELY filled out the adoption form 
(found on purchase page)
at the time of deposit and submit it to Tiny Tracks 

*Must have 2 DIFFERENT COLORS LISTED 
on the adoption form:
 Silver Ranch Raised Fox, Arctic Type Fox, and Raccoon.

NOTE:
For the Silver Ranch Raised Fox: 
 IF you pick the COLOR RED.... a VARIANCE of the color red does
not count for the 2ed color! (Red, Fire & Ice, Snow Glow)
 You must pick 2 TOTALLY DIFFERENT COLORS!

*We DO NOT Carry Over to the next year!
What we are talking about here is IF we are in DISTRIBUTION MODE for the animal we have reserved for you and you decide that you wish to wait till next year....instead of the current year
 we will NOT carry over the deposit to the following year!

*No REFUND is given for any other reason than
than Tiny Tracks Exotic Animal LLC not being able to provide you 
with the TYPE(Species).....of animal you wish.
The SEX and COLOR are NOT guaranteed we will try to give you your preference to be determined by the DATE you pay your deposit!
We will call you and give you options if you are not getting your preference of choice. IF you choose to wait for whatever reason
and if we still do not have that preference
 we will distribute to you one of what we have available of that species,
 if we  DO NOT a animal for you of that species no refund will be made!
As you were already offered an animal of that species you made the deposit for.

TYPE is defined 
as Silver Ranch Raised Fox, Arctic Type Fox, Gray Type Fox, and Raccoon.
sex and color of animals do not apply.  
We will do our best to accommodate your preference  of color and sex 
by the date we receive the deposit. 

*No refund is given for CHANGING YOUR MIND....MOVING....NOT ABLE TO GET THE PERMIT...ALLERGIES...ETC.
(due to you changing your mind). 
 IF you change your mind not wanting the animal(notifying us)
and then change your mind again
(we move you to the bottom of the distribution list) 
we will NOT refund your deposit
 IF we do not have a animal available the 2ed time
 as we had an animal available when we called you for distribution the 1st time.

We prefer you just pay the required deposit (200.00 per animal)
 to reserve your animal,  then pay balance at pick up.

*Legal ownership IS REQUIRED!

*MUST BE 21 and have a VALID photo ID.

*Tiny Tracks must have your CURRENT CONTACT INFO so if you move etc. please notify us of these changes. 
 (must have voice mail and/or answering machine set up....do not leave your voice mail full and/or answering machine full)

*You must CALL US back (ASAP) to MAKE AN APPOINTMENT for pick up
within 48 hours of giving you a date for pick up. 
 (We move to the next person in line)

*ALL CUSTOMERS MUST have an answering machine or voice mail set up on their phone and be able to receive messages, no texting so we can contact you.
IF your voice mail is full that is NOT our fault and we will move on to next customer.

If you are going on vacation..... please let us know so we will plan for this.

Please note: when contacting us by phone or email:  We need your name,
what type of animal you are getting at a minimum, for being able to find your file.

                *MISSED APPOINTMENTS FOR PICK UP.....*

WE DETERMINE CASE BY CASE 
TO MAKE AN EXCEPTION FOR YOUR MISSED APPOINTMENT. 

MUST CALL (We do NOT ACCEPT A TEXT MESSAGE)

260-927-0488

When you call and reschedule a  pick up time 
on the SAME DAY 
as scheduled appointment  
we charge a 25.00 per day late fee and / or room and board for your animal.

After you schedule a pick up date and time:
If you call and change the pick up time for a later date 
after you have a pick up date already scheduled
 we charge 10.00 per day room and board for your animal.
We do not charge for earlier pick up dates.

IF you have any accident etc. on the DAY of appointment etc.

WE REQUIRE WRITTEN EVIDENCE from 
the police, hospital, wrecker service or funeral home etc. to state the facts. 

 Deaths and/or sicknesses we look at them like a employer would for a excused absence.

Please call and change your appointment ASAP.  
(We will verify the info and we may make an exception ) 

(for example: The Police report, or hospital admission and dismissal slip etc. 
  That has YOUR NAME and address etc. on it.)

IF we can verify your written evidence 
and then we will make an exception for you.

We understand people have deaths and family emergencies and other issues 
that happen and we are understanding...but we require written proof.

NOTE:
Be truthful ...the old dog ate my homework trick..... is not true....
we know it .....and so do you.... tell us what is really going on and we may make a exception.

The reason we made these changes:
We had customer who made a appointment for pick up on a HOLIDAY.
 We changed our plans to be available when this customer wanted to pick up for their animal.  This customer never showed up, never called to let us know they changed their plans.  
We... also have family and other interests....outside Tiny Tracks, just as everyone else does. 
 Be courteous and call us if you are having issues for keeping your appointment so we can make other arrangements ASAP.
We are extremely busy while we are in distribution mode of animals.
We do our best to accommodate pick up times.


 When we do not have customers scheduled for pick up time we have other things we may need to do. 
We DO NOT allow people to pick up at feeding times!

Please pick up your animal in a timely manner as we have other interests than waiting all day for you to show up for pick up.  

IF you are 1 hour or more late for pick up.....you may be waiting on us.... just as we were waiting on you.....  as our  down time is VERY valuable as we do chores, run errands, feed animals, go to dinner, lunch or breakfast, watch a grandchild's special event, take a nap, ect.   
We...... also have a family and life outside Tiny Tracks!

*CHANGES
CHANGES NEED TO BE APPROVED IN WRITING.
What we are talking about here is changing from one animal to another...changing color or sex of the animal...etc. 

If you need to make changes please call ASAP so we MAY be able to accommodate your changes.  260-927-0488 

WE DO NOT ACCEPT TEXT MESSAGES this is a landline phone

​***********************************************************************************

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Tiny Tracks Exotic Animals LLC charges

 +50.00 more for a female than a male.

The male prices are listed BELOW the pictures on the specific animal page.

We also charge +35.00 per animal for a HEALTH CERTIFICATE.


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PICK UP:
Pick up is to occur here at our facility
 located @
4354 County Road 60
Auburn, IN 46706
260-927-0488

SORRY WE DO NOT SHIP!

We do NOT ACCEPT TEXT MESSAGES

If your state requires a permit ..please obtain permit BEFORE pick up.  

Permits usually  take from 2-6 weeks to obtain.

 Please call and let us know what your permit # is.

Indiana and in Ohio you do not need the permit before pick up.

When we pull the babies they are approximately 3 weeks old.

WE WILL CALL YOU...when it is your turn for distribution of your animal.

WHEN WE CALL YOU to tell you we have brought them into the nursery
we will post pictures on the NURSERY PAGE.

Normally the animal should be ready for pick up in 1-2 weeks (HEADS UP- start planning pick up)

When we call you for pick up...WE WILL GIVE YOU A DATE that you can start picking up the animals.  We wait 2 days for you to call back with an appointment date, then if we do not hear from you we call next person in line.  This way you get the animal at perfect timing for bonding purposes.

 If you are going on vacation please let us know as we will plan for this.
We do our best to accommodate for vacations etc..


PICK UP IS BY APPOINTMENT ONLY!

We do not  keep business hours!

CALL 260-927-0488 to make an appointment
This is a landline  phone #

FINAL payment is to be MADE IN CASH at pick-up.

These animals need picked up at a certain time frame....... for bonding, the animal continues to grow so timing is important for pick-up!

Note:

If you are running early or late for your appointment  
please be considerate and CALL 260-927-0488. 
We may or may not be able to accommodate your time change.

 IF you made an appointment and DID NOT SHOW UP 
MUST call  260-927-0488 (no text messages this is a landline phone)
THE DAY OF MISSED APPOINTMENT or you may forfeit animal and deposit

We charge a late fee of 25.00 per day and 
 or room and board of your animal(10.00 per day)(total of 35.00 per day)
(again we determine on a case by case if we will make an exception for you.)

Please Note:
We do make EXCEPTIONS...... for legitimate issues. 
 If you have an issue please call us and change your appointment ASAP 
(260-927-0488) 

We expect our customers to be responsible and responsible pet owners. 

If you can't make it to your appointment and don't call ...you won't be a responsible pet owner either. 
(Please do not wait till your appointment time and call ASAP 
if you know you are not going to be here for your appointment.)
We will keep that in mind when charging extra charges for pick up.   
We understand if you had a car wreck or something of that nature.

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All animals come with a care plan and the proper paperwork.

Do not lose your paperwork as it is the only no cost copy you will receive.
IF you lost your paperwork 
we will make copies for a charge of $25.00 per animal.  
We will need your name and the date you purchased the animal.

Please mail your payment or make payment over the phone with a credit card.
After we receive your payment we will send you a HARD COPY in the United States Postal Service to your address.
Call 260-927-0488

We are required to keep records of all animals we sell.

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IF your state requires something SPECIAL such as being chipped

The customer shall PREPAY for the special stuff your state requires
after we receive payment for special stuff required and we will have it done.

If your state requires 
a HEALTH CERTIFICATE we charge +35.00 per animal for this.  Let us know if you wish a Health Certificate.

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Tiny Tracks Exotic Animals LLC animals are hand raised and or bottle fed.
All of our animals have been wormed.

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Tiny Tracks Exotic Animals LLC 
assumes no liability or legal actions resulting in the purchase of your exotic animal. 
Furthermore, we are not responsible for any allergic reactions or allergies or any other problems you may encounter with your animal.  There are no expressed or implied warranties of any kind in this contract or document.

We advise you to seek  a GOOD VETERINARIAN for the treatment
of your exotic animal and we will NOT be responsible
for any mishaps pertaining to these documents, please read your care plan.

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If you wish to purchase an animal 
from Tiny Tracks Exotic Animals LLC 
please completely fill out and submit the PURCHASE FORM
and pay the required deposit (200.00 per animal). 
To be in line for DISTRIBUTION you must have paid your deposit.
This will put you in line for distribution of the animal you wish.
IF you send a check or money order in the mail
PLEASE PRINT OUT YOUR FILLED OUT PURCHASE FORM OR
include a paper with: your name, address, phone #, animal choices, choice of color #1 and color # 2,  sex of animal.  When people send a check they tend to forget information that I need to have and I have no way of contacting you.

Our address is 
Tiny Tracks Exotic Animals LLC
4354 County Road 60
Auburn, IN 46706
260-927-0488

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We also sell supplies and starter pens for $65.00

Please go to our supply page if you need any of these items.


Thank-you
We look forward to meeting you at pick up
Tiny Tracks Exotic Animals LLC










     PURCHASE FORM IS LOCATED HERE
Please note we do NOT contact you when you fill out and submit the adoption form.
Please do not use an iphone for this as it will come in BLANK
To purchase an animal you must fill out the form and pay a deposit to be in line for distribution of an animal.  We create a file for you and mail a receipt  to your home address
(send you a confirmation letter)  AFTER you pay your deposit.



PLEASE DO NOT CONTACT US about your ILLEGALLY OBTAINED animal.  We do not wish to be brought into your situation. 
We do not wish to testify in court.

ALSO NOTE: 
The LAW clearly states
You are NOT ALLOWED to take animals out of the wild.
IF your illegal animals is found out: Authorities will remove the animal 
and / or destroy it, and you may be accessed a fine and / or jail time.

To LEGALLY OBTAIN an animal you must purchase it from a licensed breeder and have the proper paperwork.

IF YOU FIND BABIES ....LEAVE THEM WHERE YOU FIND THEM
You can contact your Local Department of Natural Resources 
or a local certified licensed re-hab facility.

THANK-YOU
These are what the starter cages look like we charge $65.00 for these cages.
IF you would like to purchase a starter cage
 please let us know as we make a certain # of cages so if our customers need a cage they may purchase one when picking up their animal.  Please note these cages are 2' W X 2' W X 18" T 
so you will have room to accommodate this in your vehicle at pick up.
FOR ILLEGALLY OBTAINED ANIMALS:

They are alone, not abandoned. Let's leave wildlife wild!
It's common to encounter young wild animals, especially in spring and summer. Some people have an irresistible attraction to these wild youngsters, and want to take them home. The reality is: Every year, the lives of young wild animals are needlessly jeopardized by well-intentioned people who take them from the wild with the mistaken belief that the animals are abandoned or orphaned and will die if not given care. In fact, rescuing wildlife from the wild often results in the death of the animal far more often than when left in the wild.

FIVE GOOD REASONS TO LEAVE THEM IN THE WILD

1. They're not abandoned.
Bird and animal mothers will leave their young while they search for food during the day. This is the time when the young are most vulnerable to well meaning humans. Young fawns, for example, are quite safe when left alone because their color pattern and lack of scent help them to remain undetected until their mothers return. The adult animal is probably waiting for you to leave so it can return to care for its young.

2. It's illegal.
Picking up young animals is against the law. Both the Department of Wildlife and Parks and the Department of Health and Environment have regulations against such activity. Fines can be up to $1,000 . State permits are required to legally possess most species of wild animals. For some species, federal permits are required and fines are more severe.

3. They may carry disease. Even though they may look cute and fuzzy, wild animals carry a number of potential health threats. Rabies can be transmitted from a bite or saliva contacting an open would. Distemper and rabies are the most common illnesses that household pets acquire from wild animals. Ticks and fleas borne by some animals carry lyme and other diseases. Wild animals may also carry bacteria, roundworms, tapeworms, mites, and/or protozoans that can cause diseases in humans or their pets.

4. They're not pets.
Although young animals may be cute and cuddly, they are wild animals. Many well-meaning people have taken young animals home, and then quickly learned that they're not equipped to handle the animal as it matures. "Adopting" young wild animals may be an irresistible urge for some people, but wild animals typically make poor pets as adults. Many people have been injured by animals that initially seemed easily tamed.

5. Good intentions can be deadly.
Many animals taken into captivity soon die. Those that don't are denied the opportunity to learn how to survive in their natural environment, so they seldom develop the skills necessary for them to survive when they are eventually returned to the wild. Their ability to find natural foods is hindered, and the natural wariness that is learned in the wild is impaired. Young wildlife raised in captivity often develop an attachment to humans. Upon their release to the wild, they may have little fear of people and return to make nuisances of themselves, or put themselves in danger of traffic, or attack from domestic animals. Further, when released to the wild they may be thrust as unwelcome intruders into the home range of another member of their species. And you might relocate an animal with disease into a population that did not have the disease.

Common Questions

Q. My dog found some baby bunnies. What should I do?

A. Put the bunnies back where you found them. If they are still in a nest, place a 2' X 2' or larger piece of flat wood over the nest, with the wood perched on bricks or other material so that the parent cottontail can get to the youngsters but dogs or cats can't.

Q. I found a baby squirrel. What should I do?

A. Put the squirrel in a small box at the base of the nearest tree. The adult squirrel will retrieve the baby if it is left alone.

Q. A baby bird has fallen from its nest in a tree in my backyard. Should I bring it into the house and feed it until it is able to fly?

A. No. The best thing to do is put the bird carefully back into the nest, or shepherd it into some thick shrubbery or other protected space in your yard. The parents will continue to feed and care for the fledgling. Also, keep your dogs and cats in the house to allow the young bird's parent to care for it. As a last resort, a nestling can be placed in a clear plastic butter dish with a napkin in the bottom. This artificial nest can then be put in a bush or tree near the place the nestling was found.

Q. I was walking through the woods and saw several baby raccoons on the ground near a large tree. Should I bring them home and care for them?

A. No. Most likely the young raccoons are merely exploring, and their mother is nearby. They are probably old enough to be fully capable of climbing back up the tree to their den when they are ready to return. If they were too young to climb, the mother would carry them back.

Q. I found an abandoned fawn near the edge of a field next to my property. I brought the fawn into my house to save it, but don't know how to care for it. What should I do?

A. Immediately take the fawn back to the spot where you found it, and leave it there. The mother should come back again looking for the fawn. Even one or two days after removal from the wild, fawns have been successfully reunited with their mothers by returning them to the place where they were found. The mother was probably feeding not far away when you found the fawn.

Q. A bird flew into my picture window and seems unable to fly. What should I do?

A. Often, birds are just stunned from impact with windows; generally, they recover after a few minutes and fly off. Keep your dogs and cats in the house, and leave the bird alone so that is has a chance to recover on its own. If necessary, place the bird in a loosely closed paper bag until you hear it stirring, and then release it.

Q. I saw a hawk that acts like it has a broken wing. What should I do?

A. Since there are federal laws against possession of migratory birds, including hawks and owls, contact the nearest office of the  Department of Wildlife and Parks to get information on rehabilitators that have the correct permits.

Q. What if the parent doesn't come back or the animal dies?

A. Death is an integral part of the natural world. It may even represent life to another wildlife species which can use that animal as sustenance or to feed their young. Many animals die before reaching adulthood. For example, more than 75 percent of all rabbits die before they reach five months of age. While it may seem disheartening to see a young animal die, it represents only one individual in an entire population which could not thrive if all young born survived.

Tiny Tracks 
wants you as a customer
 to be an informed consumer.
So that IF you are considering to purchase an animal
 you have proper information in making a decision. 
This is why we are providing the info as a reference tool ONLY!
We DO NOT GUARANTY is up to date,
you as a customer need to accept responsibility of 
YOUR STATES LAWS.
This is just a quick reference to what states we sell animals to
and what is required.

WE SELL ANIMALS ONLY to the following states: 
NO Foreign COUNTRIES- USA States only

Indiana- 
get permit after obtain animal
Raccoon and Fox 
permit required for raccoon and silver ranch raised fox
Arctic Fox- no permit required.

Ohio- 
get permit after obtain animal
entry permit required
Raccoon and Fox
permit required for raccoon and silver ranch raised fox
Arctic Fox - HC entry #

Illinois-
 get permit BEFORE obtain animal
Raccoon and Fox
permit required for raccoon and silver ranch raised fox
Arctic Fox- HC

Michigan- 
get permit BEFORE obtain animal
Silver ranch raised fox
Arctic Fox-HC

Pennsylvania-
 permit required BEFORE obtain animal
from gaming commission
Fox only.

Minnesota- 
permit required
Arctic fox-HC

Missouri- 
Arctic Fox ONLY- HC

Nebraska- 
Silver ranch raised fox permit required
Arctic fox-HC

New York- 
USDA EXHIBITOR ONLY

North Carolina- 
USDA EXHIBITOR ONLY

North Dakota- 
permit required BEFORE obtain animal

Oklahoma-
 permit required BEFORE obtain animal entry permit also required.
Raccoon and silver ranch raised fox.
Arctic Fox- HC

Rhode Island-  
USDA EXHIBITOR ONLY

South Carolina- 
USDA EXHIBITOR ONLY

South Dakota- 
permit required BEFORE obtain animal
animal MUST BE CHIPPED.
Raccoon and silver ranch raised fox.
Arctic fox - HC and chipping

Tennessee-
permit required BEFORE obtain animal also entry permit required.
Raccoon and Silver ranch raised fox.
Arctic fox- HC and entry

Utah- 
permit required BEFORE obtain animal.  
Specific colors of fox are ONLY allowed.  

Vermont- 
USDA EXHIBITORS ONLY

West Virginia- 
permit required BEFORE obtain animal

Wisconsin- 
import permit required and HC

IF your state is not listed please check your regulations and IMPORT requirements for your state! 
Tiny Tracks does not accept responsibility for illegally obtained animals.

This list is ONLY to help you with information 
 YOU as a customer should contact your appropriate 
State officials who regulate these animals.
Your city and county may have ordinances in place to not allow these animals.

Tiny Tracks accepts no responsibility of illegally obtained animals!