Unlike dogs or cats, pet ferrets unless you plan to breed them, or you’re putting them at risk of serious health issues. Intact male ferrets tend to be more aggressive and may fight more with other animals in the home, and intact female ferrets will eventually die if they’re not bred. (Yes, literally.) For these reasons, it’s very difficult to buy pet ferrets in the United States that haven’t already been spayed or neutered — most pet stores and breeders will only sell them to prospective owners after the surgery.
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Click on Ferrets, and it will take you to a list of the ads selling ferrets. If you find a ferret you like, you can contact the owner through text and email (You can also look through all the other cool animals!). You’ll usually get a reply and you can discuss buying the ferret with them. Sometimes shipping is provided, so you can have the ferret and accessories delivered to you. If a shipping option is not mentioned on the ad, you can still contact the owner to see if they will offer shipping. If not, you would have to go to meet the ferret owner in person. That’s why all ferret owners provide their location in the ad and you can determine if it’s somewhere easy to travel to.
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I'm in need of finding a good home for my two adorable ferrets. I will be moving soon into an apartment that doesn't allow any pets. They're so sweet, and I just want to know where I can sell them or if anyone is in need. Even if Petco maybe buys them? I have all supplies also that I am willing to sell. The neutered male is 8 months old, and female is 5 months old, spayed. They both are descented and have all vaccines. The female also has her papers still and birth certificate. Asking for $100 each. Please help me!
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First most, understand that no matter what, even if you buy a Ferret for sale, or adopt, as a new pet owner it is your responsibility to care for the Ferret it’s entire lifespan. Part of that responsibility is taking time to understand the basic needs of a Ferret. At the top of that list should be getting know the diet of a Ferret. Find out how often and what a Ferret needs to eat. Next, what shelter do you need to provide? Get to know what habitat a Ferret is accustom to, what temperature will the Ferret need to maintain, and what range of temperatures are acceptable for a Ferret to survive. If you plan on buying a ferret from a pet store, try to find out as much as you can about the fuzzy, where did the shop get him, what’s the medical history (vaccinations, age, descenting, sterilization,…). Try to determine how much time the employees spend with the fuzzies each day. Have they started house training, nip training,… I’m going to do my best to answer your question “Where to buy ferrets”. But considering people from all over the world visit this site it may be difficult to go into specifics.On 4/9/2008 we went in to purchase our ferret. We ended up with a light sable female, who was our 2nd pick from the two we liked 3 weeks ago. Our sales girl said they were 3-4 months old, and that we had to buy a $25 bag of food to get a 3 year guarantee through the breeder.