The Ferret: An owners guide to a happy healthy pet
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Elizabeth P.
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Rating: 4

Great read for those who want a ferret

posted 5 years ago

I got this guide when we were thinking of adopting our girls. I read it with my children so they understood the needs of Ferrets. Honestly it has helped us alot. I recommend it for anyone thinking of getting a ferret.

Pros: tons of information on Ferret care

Cons: none

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Thebillpayer
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Rating: 5

Great education

posted 6 years ago

I had my husband read this book since he wanted a trouble free pet....We do not have a ferret much to my delight. I do love ferrets but our house is no where near ferret ready since they can squeeze into very small openings.

Pros: Filled with just enough information

Cons: none

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