Happy New Year! Are you starting out 2019 with a pet ferret in your house? These little balls of fur are very charming, and can make great animal companions. They’re also very frisky! Here, a Conyers, GA vet makes some predictions for what your ferret will be up to in the coming year.
Ferrets may be tiny, but they have huge personalities, and can be extremely comical to watch. Whether your adorable pet is doing that frisky ferret hop, running or chasing after a toy, or playing with you, it’s safe to say that your four-legged buddy will keep you smiling this year. Make 2019 fun for your tiny friend by providing lots of toys. Some of the things ferrets enjoy playing with are mazes, hammocks, balls, and fabric-covered cat toys.
Ferrets, as you may know, are basically adorable little thieves. They often can’t resist the urge to steal and hoard things. It’s probably safe to say that your red-pawed pet will take off with something of yours this year, whether it’s your keys, cell phone, a shirt, or even jewelry. Make sure your home is safe for your pet by keeping anything that could be dangerous in a spot he or she can’t reach. This includes anything small, sharp, or toxic, as well as items with dangling ropes or threads. Also, if you see your pet stealing something, watch where he goes, so you can find out where his stash is. That way, the next time something is missing, you’ll know where to look!
By nature, ferrets are tiny little explorers. Your furry little pal will certainly spend some time investigating your home, and may turn up in an unexpected place. These guys can fit into some very small spaces, so check your home thoroughly. Seal off openings behind and beneath furniture and cabinets.
Ferrets have their own special way of making places in our hearts and turning our houses into homes. They can be mischievous and a bit naughty, but they more than make up for it in cuteness. Take some great pictures of your pet this year!
Please reach out to us, your Conyers, GA vet clinic, for all your ferret’s veterinary care needs. We look forward to providing your pet with great veterinary care in 2019 and beyond!