Spoil your playful ferret with everything they need for a happy and healthy life! Browse our extensive ferret supply collection including food, treats, comfy bedding, absorbent litter, shampoos and brushes, engaging enrichment toys, essential healthcare products life dental and first aid, and ferret safe disinfectants for their habitat. Find everything you need to keep your furry friend feeling frisky and ensure their cage is clean and cosy. All our supplies come from trusted brands like Rosewood, Trixie, Johnson's Chipsi and Tiny Friend's Farm

Ferrets are obligate carnivores, meaning their diet must consist mainly of meat. Look for high-quality ferret food that is high in protein and fat, and low in fibre. Avoid foods containing grains, corn, or sugars, which can cause digestive problems. They are energetic and love to explore. Provide a spacious habitat with multiple levels for climbing and hiding. The home should be made of wire with a solid bottom and a secure latch to prevent escapes. Line the bottom of the enclosure with a comfortable, absorbent bedding, such as recycled paper or fleece to ensure that they are comfortable. Ferrets can be litter box trained. Choose a small litter box with a low entry point and fill it with a ferret-safe litter. Clean the litter box daily to keep odours under control. Because Ferrets are such playful creatures they need plenty of toys to keep them entertained. Choose safe toys that are made from ferret-safe materials, such as ferret-specific toys, cat toys, or balls. Rotate the toys regularly to keep your ferret interested. Ferrets need at least 1-2 hours of playtime outside of their cage each day. This is a time for them to exercise, explore, and bond with you. Provide them with plenty of opportunities to run, climb, and play with their toys. They like to feel safe and secure. Provide them with plenty of hiding spots in their cage, such as tunnels, hammocks, and tubes. Ferrets are curious and love to get into mischief. Make sure your home is ferret-proofed by blocking holes, securing electrical cords, and putting away anything that could be harmful to them. They are social creatures and do best when they have a companion. Consider adopting a second ferret if you can provide them with the proper care. Just like any other pet, ferrets need regular check-ups with a veterinarian. This will help to ensure that they stay healthy and up-to-date on their vaccinations.


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