Published by cbartal on May 9, 2017

March Babies

It’s tough to get all these babies into one shot, but we finally did it! The honey cream male and DEH male are spoken for, but we have lots of females. I have black, black spotted, black pied, agouti spotted, and a nutmeg who all still need homes. 🙂

Published by cbartal on December 31, 2016

After Christmas Gerbils

We’re almost ready for our new homes. I have 1 black male born on October 24th, and 7 babies born on November 29th! This litter has 2 dark-eyed honeys, 1 honey cream (pied dark-eyed honey), 1 black, 1 black pied, 1 nutmeg and one agouti. Let me know if you’re interested.

Published by cbartal on August 7, 2016

Eyes Wide Open

Well, they had their eyes wide open for a little bit. All the pups are active for a few minutes and then they get very sleepy, except for the little nutmeg guy who already likes to dig. This little agouti is Watermelon, named by my two-year-old son. We think he named it Watermelon because it’s a…

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Published by cbartal on August 1, 2016

AGSgerbils Virtual Show

I submitted my photos for the virtual show in time for the July 30 deadline. I don’t know if you’ve ever photographed gerbils before, but they do not always cooperate in posing for portraits. I ended up taking something like 50 pictures before I got any decent ones, but the one of Arthur holding his…

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Published by cbartal on June 27, 2016

Welcome to Dry Creek Gerbils!

Dry Creek Gerbils started as a way to give my students (and my own children) a chance to observe gerbils firsthand and experience the excitement of having babies and watching them grow. Be sure to check out the pages on gerbil care and the biographies of the parents Arthur and Peaches. Feel free to contact…

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