Q: Do you ship to other cities, states, provinces or countries?
A: Not currently. Adoption requires in-person pick-up.
Q: Do you allow out-of-state adoptions?
Q: Do you breed angora ferrets?
A: No. However, I can most certainly put you in contact with someone who does!
Q: Do you breed micro ferrets?
A: No. I may know a breeder who does!
Q: Do you breed DEW, Blaze or Panda?
Q: What records do you give to the new owner upon adoption?
A: Vet records, ancestry records, a copy of the purchase agreement, birth certificate.
Q: Do you allow visits?
A: Absolutely! Feel free to reach out and schedule a day to stop by!
Q: How do I apply?
A: Please go to the "forms" tab or click here
Q: How much does a ferret cost?
A: Pricing starts at $425.00 and is subject to change, depending on color, bloodlines and vaccination status.
Q: When can I take my ferret home?
A: Kits will not be available until they are at least 9 weeks old. This allows them to be fully weaned and learn valuable skills from their mother.
Option1 - Unvaccinated kits may go to their new home at 9 weeks after clearance from vet.
Option2 - Partially vaccinated kits may go to their new home at 12 weeks. They will have received their first distemper shot and a clearance from vet. New owners are responsible for rabies and booster.
Option3 - Fully vaccinated (rabies and distemper series) kits may go to their new homes at 16 weeks after vet clearance.
Q: Do you descent your ferrets?
A: No. "Descenting" a ferret does not lessen the odor of your little fuzz noodle. Their odor, like many animals, comes from the oils in their skin, not from their anal gland...
Q: Do you declaw your ferrets?
A: No. Declawing is a cruel and unnecessary surgery.
Q: Do you do ADV testing for your ferrets?
A: Yes! We have an ADV free home and have proof of negative tests!
Q: Do you do any genetic testing?
A: No, we do not unless we need to for medical reasons.
Q: Do you take your ferret to shows?
A: Yes! We love attending shows!