When it's time - a ferret that is dying will quit eating and will it no longer engage in any normal activities.
If your ferret has a terminal disease and
* Loses weight and becomes skeleton thin * Barely has energy to get up to use the litter box * Sleeps most of the time * Begins to lose control of hind legs * Never does the Dance of Joy * Never gets out of bed unless you pick him up * Only eats when you hand feed him He is waiting for you to let go and say good-bye
For All Those Who Go On Ahead However did I find you little friends?
And how was I to know everyday
When I come home burdened, weary, frustrated or sad
One look at your cheerful little faces that wait to greet me fixes all
You dance your hoppy dance of joy
And stand, just so
I must almost fall to avoid stepping on you
in your quest to be near me
You'd steal anything not nailed down
Your box habits are appalling
Yet you love me and that's more than enough
I see it in your button eyes
The occasional kiss
The way you give hugs by laying on my foot
I often think of how much joy you leave in your wake
I often think how short your brilliant little lives are
And how will I survive your passing?
But deep inside my soul I know
When our Father calls me home
you will all be there to greet me
And you will lead me to the new place
you stash your toys and stolen goods
And there beneath the very throne of God at last
I will find my heart.
Rats and mice would know that a ferret is around by their scent.
A ferret would be at risk if you don't know the proper care
The ferret that is doing the dragging is simply asserting his dominance. He is letting the other ferret know who is boss.
I don't know.. But you should really get your ferret checked out by a Vet As soon as Possible.
Ferret fur is also know as "fitch fur" used for articles of clothing - Fur coats
You have spelled it correctly, dying.
no because they are not in the same family i dont know why but that is the answere but a ferret can pass in to another ferret
Yes, ferrets recognize your by your scent.
They only way to know if a ferret has adrenal disease is a diagnoses from a veterinarian. Most all ferrets in the US get adrenal disease because of early neutering
see related question below that might help answer your question How do you know when a ferret is ready to breed?
Only a veterinarian would be able to exam your ferret if she's having problem with birthing. If the female ferret seems in distress or in pain, contact a veterinary immediately.
A Ferret kit is a baby Ferret.
If it is dying of old age!
If male ferret goes into heat, his testicles will appear. If he is fixed you will never see testicles
The way to tell if your ferret is really dead is that the body will feel cold and rigor mortis (stiffening of the body) will set in.
Let them know you're responsible to have a ferret and beg for it constantly and make up reasons till they finally give up.
Do your research on the animal and if you are willing to meet its high demans for between 6 to 8 years then a ferret might be right for you
Children are not responsible enough to have a ferret as a pet. The ferret needs to be trained to not bite people. There is lots of text on that subject here and on the internet (search for "ferret bite training"). You never hit or flick a ferret's nose for bad behavior. If the child is not old enough to know how to correctly stop a ferret from biting, He (or she) should not be in the presence in the same room as a ferret (or any other animal)
i do not know :(
If they are unconscious then people do not know or realise them and therefore can not talk about them. Also they are usually unconscious for a good reason and you have no rite to ferret them out.
that would really depend on what the hamster was dying of.
Benefits of getting a ferret depends on the persons needs. For a single person, a ferret can be companionship. For someone with depression, a ferret will make you laugh and smile. For someone whose kids no longer live with them, they can give a ferret the care it needs. Ferrets are playful, sweet, loving, adorable How do I know this? I used to have a ferret named Polly. I had to give her away because I started school and the family was getting a new dog (I have her right here now... Luna, yes that's her, says hi). Now she is with another ferret and a nice lady. This chick even has her own room for the ferrets for Pete's sake! I know right?
there is no way to surely know if a dog is dying unless you check with a vet. it also depends on the way its dying... old age/seizure/poison etc
well, they aren't extinct. i know that!