How Much Is A Pet Otter?

Since pet otters are rare, a dealer has a lot of leeway when naming their price.

Expect to pay at least $3000; it could also be a lot higher.

How do you own an otter?

It is illegal in all US States to keep this indigenous otter as a pets. Exotic animals have many guidelines regarding their maintenance in captivity, but possession laws do change deepening on the State. It is illegal to keep almost all otters as pets in North America, with one exception.

How long does an otter live?

North American river otters live an average of 21 years of age in captivity, but they can reach 25 years of age. In the wild, they normally live about 8 to 9 years, but are capable of living up to 13 years of age.

Are otters dangerous?

Otters might look soft and cuddly but remain dangerous wild animals. Otters have strong teeth and a powerful bite. So whether you see an otter on land or at sea, be sure to maintain a safe distance of at least 50 yards and never feed sea otters.

How much is a pet fox?

How Much Does It Cost to Buy a Pet Fox? As of 2016, captive-bred baby fennec foxes typically sell for $2,500–$3,000, though the price range is increasing. Only a few years ago, the range was around $800–$1,000. The uncommon bat-eared fox will be towards the higher end of the fennec fox range.