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Ferrets, especially babies, are susceptible to upper respiratory infections so it is extremely important to shield your ferret from sick humans or other sick pets. Prevention is key, but if your ferret contracts a cold or the flu, you will notice sneezing and you may see a nasal discharge. Cleaning your ferret’s nose is a […]


Clipping your ferret’s nails is also a simple, yet important step in keeping your ferret healthy. The best way to do this, is to distract your ferret with a tasty little treat, like rubbing a little bit of Furo Vite or Furo Tone on its tummy so he can lick it while you clip his […]


Keeping a ferret’s coat shiny and smooth is relatively simple since ferrets naturally have an oily coat. The key is to not over cleanse your ferret – that could lead to dryness, itching and a dull coat. Realistically, ferrets only need shampooing once a month. Over-bathing strips the coat of essential oils and can actually […]

Ears/Ear Mites

Although we wouldn’t call ferrets a high-maintenance pet, they do require some special care to keep them in tip-top shape. For example, a ferret’s ears are prone to ear-mites and infection, especially in warmer temperatures. They are preventatively treated before they leave our farm. We suggest using Tresaderm. Before using Tresaderm you will need to apply […]

What can I do to alleviate my ferret’s odor?

Although your ferret has already been de-scented, you may still notice a slightly musky odor. You can minimize the odor by following a few simple rules: Keep the cage and litter pan clean Add Marshall Goodbye Odor to ferret’s food or water daily – this is a safe and natural product that works inside the […]