Caring for ferrets, naturally

Unlike other pets, ferrets are not wild animals that have become tamed and there are no wild ferrets. Ferrets are believed to have descended from polecats.

  • Enjoy the presence of other ferrets but often like their own ‘home’ area
  • Alert, playful and engaging, very curious
  • Natural predators
  • Scent is used for communication

It all adds up to some core essentials that will help keep your ferret happy and healthy…

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Our Supreme Veterinary Range for Ferrets

If your ferret has a digestive upset or trouble with their teeth, your vet may recommend a special diet. Whether it’s helping your ferret to recover from surgery or providing the nutrition they need to support them during illness, we have an expert feeding plan.

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Why our ferret foods are second to none

We ask a lot of our ferret diets. They need to be healthy and taste delicious. As they are natural meat-eaters ferrets need to be fed a high protein diet and important nutrients like taurine.

  • High protein
  • No added sugar – tasty because of the flavour of high-quality natural ingredients
  • Nutritionally balanced with all the vitamins and minerals they need

Frequently asked questions 
about Ferrets

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Need to know more?

For more detailed information about Ferrets, you can contact us and we will get back to you with our experts’ advice. However,
if you have any concerns about the health and well-being of your ferret, you should seek veterinary advice immediately. The RSPCA has also provided many helpful ferret guides you can find here.