Small caviary located near Flint, Michigan. We strive for the best quality animals
and we try very hard to have 3 generation pedigrees on all of our animals. We raise
Himalayans in American,American Satins & Texels - American Dalmations in Chocolate
& Black. We also have Silkies, Satin Silkies in TSW and Brokens and a few coronets. We
show our animals extensively and belong to the ARBA, ACBA, MCBA, Ohio Cavy Club &
the Ontario Cavy Club. I am also the current president of the Michigan Cavy Breeder
Redford Township, MI
Raise abys, aby satin, and Texels.
Tri-Color Cavies specializing in broken and TSW teddies from Specialty/National winning
bloodlines.Located in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Shipping available/weather permitting
(Royal Oak, Michigan)
I raise Americans and American Satins, specializing in American TSW (my absolute
favorite!) and broken colors. My satin line includes reds, whites, brokens and
occasionally some TSWs and roans. Currently I have about 50 animals (it's hard to keep
track when it changes almost every day!). I am presently
working on satin rainbows and pastel broken colors.
"Blue Moon Cavies"
Breeder and exhibitor of quality long hair cavies. Animals are raised utilizing a holistic
approach with careful attention to their nutritional and social needs. Located in
Variaty: Selfs and Brokens
Name: Shannon Carmon
Breeding to make my best better
Small farm in Lansing area
Coronets, Americans, American Satins & Silkies
Red, Black, Cream, White, Broken, & TSW
Ann Arbor, Michigan
"In Clover Cavy Stud"
Varieties: Dalmatians, Tri Roans & Brindles,
Occasional Litters In:
Silkies/Satin Silkies, Coronets/Satin Coronets, Texels, Merinos
Main focus is Dalmation Teddies for exhibition. Black is my most successful
color now, expanding my chocolate dal program & establishing my
program. dilute colors (cream, lilac and beige) are a future
I also have Agouti dals, which are bred to meet the OCC standard, and have a
program including: golden agouti, silver agouti and lemon agouti.I also have
smaller breeding programs of Brindles & Roans, as well as Himalayans.The
long hairs are just
for fun although the goal is always to produce animals that meet the
(unless they are not an accepted breed or variety).