Welcome to Janda Exotics Animal Ranch!
Growing up on a ranch in San Antonio Texas, Ashley Duncan spent her childhood raising show rabbits, exotic pet birds and cattle with her family.
As a teenager Ashley met a kinkajou for the first time and her family became involved in the exotic animal world. Working for her family, she bred and raised all sorts of small exotics
Location: Kingsbury, Texas
Why do we raise and care for these exotic animals? We have a deep respect and love for all animals. We want to share our love and years of experience with fellow animal lovers. Ashley has over a decade of experience with almost every species that we have under our care. She works to continue her knowledge base and spread it throughout the community and to all animal owners.
Our Mission: We strive to expand the general consumers knowledge level on all exotic and domestic animals. We focus on captive husbandry and propagation to ensure our animals are healthy and happy. We breed exotic companions and strive to provide the most well kept hand raised exotic companions for our customers.
Captive Husbandry: Our primary focus is on the long-term physical and emotional care of our captive wildlife and farm animals.
Propagation: Our secondary focus is on preserving the genetic viability and sustainability of captive populations of the delicate, rare and endangered species we keep and how such can be applied to the propagation of all other species.
Exotic companions: Our number one priority is the well-being of our animals and where they go if they leave.
We want to ensure that you are able to meet the needs of your exotic. Not every animal is suitable as a "pet" and not every home is suitable for an exotic companion.
Our facility holds licenses with Texas Parks and Wildlife and US Department of Agriculture which maintains a higher level of care standard than you will find in non licensed facilities.
Notable Janda Babies & Janda in the News
In 2008 "Critter Magazine" featured an article about small pets and Ashley was consulted and quoted in the article relaying her knowledge and opinions about flying squirrels and short tailed opossums as pets.
In 2011 our Coatimundi Severis and Ashley were featured on the front cover of the Texas State University newspaper. A story was written, and film documented about our home and our life with exotics.
Our Kinkajou Dobby was the featured in Animal Planet's "Pets 101" docu-series about exotic pets.
Many of our offspring reside in national zoos, countless educational programs, school classrooms and on Animal Planet and National Geographic. Our clientele consists of celebrities, vets and I work with several local and international zoos and breeding programs.
Ashley & Jason Duncan
Owner & Founders
Fully licensed and in good standing with the USDA for breeding, selling and exhibiting our exotics
We hold several permits and are licensed through the State of Texas for our native species.