Ferrets

Explore our tips and advice for every aspect of your ferret’s care and enjoy the benefits of a furry companion who is happy, healthy and content.

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Traveling with Ferrets

With the right planning and some basic equipment travelling with your ferret can be a happy and safe ride for everyone.

Ferrets: A Guide to the Basics

Ferrets have become popular pets because of their size, playfulness and intelligence. This guide is meant to help you take care of your new friend.
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Ferret Care Guide

Ferrets are adorable, high-energy pets that do best in small groups. Discover our tips and advice for caring for ferrets as pets.
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Insulinomas in Ferrets: Causes and Treatment

Insulinomas are common in ferrets and account for a quarter of all tumours diagnosed in this species. The cause is primarily thought to be related to diet.
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How to Ferret Proof Your Home?

Ferret proofing your home is a little like child-proofing, only on a smaller scale. Making your home safe will go a long way to keeping your little bundle of fur happy, healthy and mischief free.
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Common Ferret Diseases: Causes and Prevention

Learn all about the most common ferret diseases and how they can be prevented with proper care, a good diet and regular veterinary check ups.
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Heartworm in Ferrets

Ferrets are just one of 30 animal species who are susceptible to heartworm infections. What you can do to prevent it and how to treat it once you have the diagnosis.
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Choosing Soft Toys That Are Safe For Your Pet

Buying toys for your pets is like buying toys for your toddler. Be sure to follow these pet safety tips to reduce the risk of injury to your furry friend.
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Ferret Food: A Recipe for Success

Feeding your ferret is not at all like feeding a dog or a cat. There are fewer options available and some specialized dietary requirements. Get it right and you will have a healthy and happy companion with less likelihood of illness and expensive vet bills.

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