Elle Hax: What a piece of crap! Obviously those monkeys dont love him because he is
selling them! Adopting a monkey and taking true care of it is different
than raising it as a product! freak this evil bastard that creates life to
profit! Don't pay any breeders, ever! If they make money from it then they
are going to breed again and again. ADOPT!
Devin Martinez: This video is a joke... Everyone look up Monkeyboo! He is a sweetheart and
wait... He's a capuchin
PeteMossShow: Michael Poggi this video still cracks me up!
MoneyBoo make you look very wrong!
MonkeyBoo: The capuchins Michael has been around are not true pet capuchins, sounds
like much more of a zoo monkey, raised much different than a true pet
monkey. Monkeyboo has never thrown poop(lol) at someone and contradicts
most of what is said in this video...he is right that a capuchin is a lot
of responsibility, but not impossible as he makes it sound
ShinyManiacJaQ: I wanted a Capuchin monkey.....Then i saw this......*sigh* so much for
rtrain67: This guy reminds me of a monkey but he sounds convincing.
miridian2012: Wild Capuchins live in groups where sexually mature males are in an
constant, often violent battle for the dominant position in the group
hierarchy ..... want that in your living room? .... Google pet monkey
attack .... the culprits are by and large Capuchin
Biloca Castro: Monkeys are not meant to be pets, live them in their own habitat being what
they are, wild animals. Marmosets bite too, pee on you, etc. when they
mature… The more you buy them here in the U.S> the more poachers will hunt
and kill in Brazil to get them here to sell. Leave them alone!!
Carlos Rosa: Actually if you create a bond with a monkey when it's growing up , it will
have a connection with you and not be mean to you, and thats with almost
ALL animals. if any animals love someone a lot or create a bond with you
will not abuse you.
ruubz001: does the same go for squirrel monkeys ?
Dot Gotter: no thing as adopting a animal that's more then a $1000. and all animals can
be friendly u just got it our u don't.
Anthony Lopuszanski: Somebody correct me if I am wrong but if you deball a capuchin monkey it
will not be aggressive because you took its hormone so it won't need
territory not only that but if you take it's k9 away it won't harm you as
bad if you did something wrong plus if you also train the monkey probably
you mostly won't have a problem at all
max stansfield: Can i leave a marmoset monkey in my room or home its hole life coz i wont
one but dont have a garden like you to do that
8x13Wolf: Real experience handling a variety of different monkeys? Witchcraft! The
fact that this man raises and sells monkeys clearly negates everything he
says. Instead, everyone should listen to Monkeyboo, who promotes
responsible pet ownership decisions -- such as surgically removing your
Capuchin's canines and calling it "domesticated."
william waddell: what about tamarins
Nick Montes: Thank you!
Kman Mallet: if u look at his web site they mainly sell tamirins or finger monkeys....
they want u to buy them. my freind has a 14 year old one i didnt get pissed
on and it didnt act aggressive at all
hlnl56: ALL pets can be dangerous. You always have to be cautious.
Emma Lipscomb: no its a bad idea devin martinez
dude look up capuchin monkey attcats
KJ Nightwolf: instead of saying all of the negatives for those who rescue and all of that
how about you tell people ways on how to minimize that. I have not had a
problem with mine and it got to be 15 before being taken with my father.
Nik Gienger: If you get a male cant you just remove his testicles?
Irish Warrior: There is one thing I don't or can't comprehend, why do some people say your
selfish for owning any pet?
denis themalice: I have to agree with him about Capuchin monkeys. Before getting my
squirrels monkeys I had done a lot of research, and I was hesitating
between the monkeys wich he breeds and the squirrel monkeys. I spoke with
monkey's ownners and research a lot, and squirrel monkey seens to be the
best choice. So I wonder why he says that it is not...
Andre Roberge: haha hangover
Tim Rodriguez: Monkeys live in Jungles...
Cameron swan: like all animals as well as humans there are good and bad it pot luck mixed
in with the proper upbringing that determines their nature
eXtreme Power Couple: Plz don't record next to a fountain. It's hard to hear you
joe Ramirez: I look up to you if awaome
Colby Shaw: Could a capuchin monkey be neutered and would that keep it's attitude from
AlexK9465: This guy is a freaking idiot. Go watch some of the monkeyboo videos.
Paddy Hackett: Come on, you just want to have people support your business and buy
marmosets that you sell.
Emma Lipscomb: it has to turn on u dude
Cameron swan: this guy dosnt have a freaking clue
joe Ramirez: Ur awesome I ment
Julie Bauknecht: I'm three minutes into the video and with the exception of actually
'throwing' their poop, (but they constantly let loose on you) sounds like
my african greys....
Jeanne Parmentier: Two happy capuchin's monkeys!! One is 30 years old (28 with me) the other
is 17 years old(15 with me) and things are very smooth!! No violence, no
brutality, just a lot of LOVE between us. See my video!!
TheLimpingGamers: You seem to be leaving training out of the occasion.
Jeanne Parmentier: I share my life with capuchin monkeys since 32 years and I can tell you
that we have absolutely no problem at all. They have a large space to move
around like a natural habitat surrounded by nature and plenty food. See my
video : Two happy capuchin's
Jeanne Parmentier: Well, well, well, I just ended listening what you had to say about capuchin
monkeys and of course, they can be dangerous when they rich an adult age (
about 10 for the males and 6 for females) but dangerous only when they feel
in danger or mistrated!!!
Hala Drak: Wild monkeys may have diseases. Watch the movie (Outbreak), it will have a
Capuchin monkey which carries a virus called "Ebola."
Fabrizio GTA: Dude, i have a capuchin for almost 20 years and he never attacked me, or
throwed poop... You are a freaking mercenary bitch!!!
Stephen Delvacchio: dude i would never get a monkey as a pet but ill feed one to a viper snake
Fabrizio GTA: Lier
tfs203: Monkeys Are NOT pets! Any person with an IQ over 80 knows this by now. But
I have yet to see a sexually maturing 2yr old capuchin,or an adult the size
of a 2yr old human! A chimp takes 5yrs to become that large,and their an
ape! This douche just wants to sell his Marmosets
zambimaru: Capuchin Monkeys are definitely not for most people. But if you have the
time, patience, and raise them properly, they can be good companions.
Vaff angool: *That is hilarious* when he suddenly realises how *obviously* self-serving
his entire presentation must have sounded.
*How did he* get through the entire pitch with no understanding of how
*blatant* it was to everybody else?
Michael Green: I have a 55 year old White-Headed Capuchin Monkey that I inherited from my
mother when she died and he has never shown any aggressive whatsoever. In
fact, he has never even been neutered! He has never once thrown feces. For
someone who is willing to dedicate the next 60 years of your life to 2 year
old child, they make excellent companions and family members. This video
couldn't be more wrong. My boy has went through puberty and is now
considered a senior and all throughout my childhood I've been around this
monkey. If I was going to have him neutered, I would have done it when he
was around 2 years old, but he's much too old to put through that now. This
video is just awful. There is nothing wrong with breeding and selling
monkeys as pets. My mother took the time to train her White-Headed Capuchin
properly and I have never lazed on that. This guy is an idiot. He obviously
has very little experience around Capuchins. Every monkey needs to be taken
outside on a leash and harness at least once a day. Marmosets and Tamarins
also make wonderful pets and are easier to care for than a capuchin. This
video sucks. Any animal, even humans, can be dangerous! Tamarins are fine
pets, but not everyone wants a tamarin. Monkeys don't just turn on their
care takers. This guy is an idiot. It depends on how they are raised. Pets
will always be parts of our lives and monkeys make excellent pets for the
right people. Neutering isn't necessary. It's optional, but taking out an
animal's teeth is cruelty. Removing their canine teeth is abuse.
IMxYOURxDADDY: this is pure bullcrap, my uncle own a FOUR year old capuchin and shes
BUY A FEMALE Caphuchin, they are 5x more docile than their male counter
doobiesmoke15: If they act bad can't you just spank your monkey?
Primatologist: I'm not telling you that you should not WANT a monkey. You want a monkey
because you are selfish (as are all people who want to own any animal- I'm
selfish for owning my dog because I like dogs and think they are cute- I
own him for my own benefit). Even if you do all of those things, you can
not force a primate to become domesticated. They are wild animals. Their
populations in the wild are dwindling because of the pet trade. Most
people, by the way, can not do all of those things.