5 edition of Caring for your ferret found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 23) and index.
|Statement||by Kathy Feeney.|
|Series||First facts. Positively pets|
|LC Classifications||SF459.F47 F44 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||24 p. :|
|Number of Pages||24|
|LC Control Number||2007030365|
It is vital to keep your ferret's cage neat and will help to prevent possible diseases for your pet, and also to keep your home from smelling like a zoo! Here you will find more tips to reduce a ferret's odor if that's something that worries you.. Use suitable cleaning tools that are specific to the care of your ferret. To clean the cage, you will need a scraper, a cloth, a sponge. Ferrets For Dummies. Packed with practical information on feeding, housing, health maintenance, and medical care. This is a good book to read before you get a ferret to help you decide if a ferret is the right pet for you.. Training Your Pet Ferret.
Consult your ferret’s veterinarian to ask whether it should receive emergency care. Your ferret may be sleeping much more than usual or be lethargic and unresponsive while being handled. A dying ferret will usually allow itself to be wrapped in a blanket and held while most ferrets would only briefly tolerate this imposition. Complete Book Of Ferrets by: Porter, Val & Brown, Nicholas A comprehensive guide to the care of ferrets, with advice for both the working ferret keeper and the pet owner. Explains: choice, origins, character, handling, housing, feeding, breeding, health, working, and as pets.
Ferrets sometimes have a putrid smell on their underbelly, much like skunks, so you may need to have your ferret sprayed if he already isn’t sprayed. 1. Lastly, spends loads of time with your ferret! Because ferrets are only awake for a few hours each day, this is your time to have fun playing with your ferret and forging a strong relationship. Ferrets: The Complete Ferret Care Guide for New Owners (Ferret Facts, Ferret Care, Ferret Books Book 1) eBook: Yee, Sarah: : Kindle Store.
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Each title features information about breeds, life cycles, and behaviors, and offers tips on how to feed, groom, and care for your pet. Readers will discover how rewarding pet ownership can be, while learning about the responsibilities of having a pet. Ferret makes it fun and easy for beginners to learn about caring for their favorite pet 5/5(1).
Get this from a library. Caring for your ferret. [Lynn Hamilton] -- Explores the basic supplies, knowledge, and preparation necessary to welcome a new ferret into the home. Buy Caring for Your Ferret by Kathy Feeney, Jennifer Zablotny (Consultant editor) online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 0 edition - starting at.
Shop now. Get this from a library. Caring for your ferret. [Kathy Feeney] -- "Describes caring for a ferret, including supplies needed, feeding, cleaning, health, safety, and aging"--Provided by publisher.
Ferrets (Animal Planet Pet Care Library) Vickie McKimmey. One of the very best all around ferret books available. Detailed, up-to-date information on housing, feeding, ferret-specific ailments and training. This book gets into the nuts and bolts of day-to-day living with and caring for ferrets, its a must have book for both novice and.
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Free with Kindle Unlimited membership. Or $ to buy. Oxbow Carnivore Care Pet Supplement, Ounce. If your ferret loses weight, can’t keep food down, or isn’t defecating normally, these may be signs of a potentially life-threatening gastrointestinal obstruction.
Seek medical care immediately. Dental problems: Tooth issues can plague ferrets, so avoid offering kibble; a ferret's teeth are meant for tearing, and kibble isn’t up to the task. Ferrets are members of the weasel family that have been domesticated for over years.
They are highly intelligent and social pets and, even though they seem just like a small, easy to care for a pocket pet, they are a big responsibility and often require just as much care as a cat or dog, if [ ]. Take your ferret to a veterinarian every year, or if it seems sick.
Veterinarians who focus or specialize in small mammals, including ferrets, can provide extra guidance on caring for your pet. Talk to the veterinarian about rabies vaccination. Examine your ferret daily, looking for any changes in activity level, appetite, or overall health.
Caring For Your Ferret. Living Arrangements. Ferrets need to be kept in the correct living environment. They need a good constant supply of water and a food bowl in an accessible is important that any housing you may purchase for your ferret is escape proof, easy to clean, has a separate sleeping area, and enough room for your ferret to exercise.
*PROPER DIET - Maintain your ferret's optimum health with this essential diet and exercise information. *HANDLING & CARING - Learn the proper ways of handling your Ferret when inside and outside.
Learn everything you'll need to know about training, socializing and caring for these mischievous and playful pets. Top 10 Reasons Ferrets Make Good Pets The Different Types of Domesticated Ferrets. The ferret is a domesticated animal whose ancestors are believed to be native European polecats (Mustela putorius).Inquisitive, smart, and playful, ferrets have become popular companion animals, but they require a special diet and care.(1) Often, after the novelty of an impulse purchase wears off, ferrets are abandoned to certain death in the wild or to severely crowded animal shelters.
What is a domestic ferret. The domestic or "pet" ferret is a member of the weasel family and a descendant of the European Polecat. Some other members of the weasel family are minks, otters, and the endangered Black-Footed Ferret.
Domestic ferrets have been domesticated for thousands of years and are not wild animals. Ferrets can catch and pass on human influenza viruses to other ferrets and to humans. They can easily get into scrapes or eat something they shouldn’t, leading to a costly vet bill, so it’s always a good idea to insure your pet.
Play time for your ferret. Ferrets are naturally curious and. How to Take Care of a Ferret: Care Tips, Diet, and Ferret Facts. In this section we touch on the basics of ferret care. You’ll learn how to take care of a ferret and provide a loving home. Care Tips: How to Take Care of a Ferret. Ferrets are energetic pets and they do need your.
How To Care For Your Pet Ferret. This book covers several topics including: Chapter 1: All About Ferrets: Getting Started With Your Passion Chapter 2: Ferrets A Friendly Playful Pet Chapter 3: Pathology Of Black Ferrets Chapter 4: Do Ferrets Make Good PetsBrand: Axel Publishing.
The Ferret A Basic Guide to Caring for Your Ferret: So you have your ferret - now it is time to learn all about the proper care and health requirements they have.
Following are some key points regarding the basic needs of a ferret: Find a veterinarian who regularly sees ferrets - they. The ones that have been posted contain some questionable care tips, which I wanted to clarify here.
Ex: diet, bathing schedules I forgot to touch on Freeze Dried Raw, another diet choice for ferrets. However, they do have specialized care requirements which must be met in order to keep them healthy. Before you bring home a new ferret, be sure you are able to provide the proper care for your new pet.
Housing for Pet Ferrets. Your ferret will need a secure cage in which to live. Ferrets can wiggle through even the smallest openings.
See a simple guide on caring for ferrets. Ferrets are curious and sociable pets. Common kept types are sable, albino-colored and dark-eyed white ferrets. See a simple guide on caring for ferrets. [email protected] If you let your ferret free roam in your house you will need to ferret proof on: Latex, foam, rubber, rubber bands.and bolts of day-to-day living with and caring for ferrets, its a must have book for both novice and experienced ferret owners.
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