An information sheet about ferrets (Mustela putorius furo) from the NSW Ferret Welfare Society.
Some key health care issues for ferrets to be aware of include desexing, vaccinations and worming. We also have some useful information from the NSW Ferrett Welfare Society.
Vaccinating dogs, cats, rabbits and ferrets protects them from potentially fatal diseases.
Zoonoses are those diseases common to both animals and humans (often but not necessarily transmitted from animals to people).
Here are some key health care issues for pet ferrets.
The terms “desexing” or “neutering” describe the surgical procedures performed on animals to stop them from breeding.
We can desex dogs, cats, rabbits and ferrets at Macarthur Veterinary Group.
Flea and tick control and worming advice to protect your pet from parasites.
Chocolate can be a killer! Although chocolate is one of our favourite treats, it contains a substance that is toxic to animals.