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Photo Gallery


An entire album dedicated to MARLEY who started out as a 3 month ferret camper and stayed for 2 YEARS!

MISTAKEN IDENTITY     See what type of "ferrets" shelters get called out to rescue and other "Mustelidae" varmits  (pronounced mus-TUH-luh-dee)

Little Dude's Ferret News

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Nobivac DPv or Merial Purevax for canine distemper are the ONLY two recommended safe and effective vaccines currently available for ferrets. Please get familiar with the latest vaccine requirements and talk with an experienced ferret vet.  Go to Ferret Resources if you need help finding one.

IMRAB3 is still the preferred vaccine for Rabies


PLAN AHEAD!  We don't accept ferrets on the day of their vaccination.  As small as it is, there is always a chance of a vaccine reaction and your ferret should remain with you until the risk has passed and they are safe to bring to Ferret Camp.  In addition, they often don't feel well after their vaccination and moving to a new place just adds to their stress.  Please wait at LEAST 24 hours, but preferably a week prior to your reservation date.

Be sure to join the Ferret Mailing List (FML) by sending an email request to moderator Bill Gruber and the Ferret Health List (FHL) with your Yahoo ID or sign in and join with Facebook or Google.

You'll have access to a world wide ferret community and support from experienced shelter operators, ferret owners and health professionals.  The FML has been inexistence since 1987 and the FHL since 2001. 

Relocation Stress Syndrome 
Information you should know if you are planning to surrender your ferret or even if you are just placing him in a new environment temporarily.

Did you fall on hard times, lose your job or living on a low income?  Do you have a sick or injured pet and can't afford proper medical care?  If so, you may be eligible for financial assistance.  The Humane Society of the United States maintains an extensive listing of National and State Resources.

Anatomy and physiology of the ferret gastrointestinal system - COMING SOON!