Infantry Ferretry

Infantry Ferretry is a small-scale ferrety that provides ferrets for families in need.

 

We proudly raise high-quality ferrets for companionship only. Our goal is to raise beautiful, healthy ferrets with docile and excellent temperaments. Our ferrets are our pets first and foremost.

 

They are pampered with high-quality care, lots of love, and daily socialization.

 

Our philosophy has been and will always be quality over quantity.

Recently Added Ferrets On Sale ​

Bandit-Male

Bandit - $250

Gender : 1 Male
Vaccination : up-to-date

Gina-Female

Gina - $250

Gender : 1 Female
Vaccination : up-to-date

Fiona-Female

Fiona - $250

Gender : 1 Female
Vaccination : up-to-date

Carter-Male

Carter - $250

Gender : 1 Male
Vaccination : up-to-date

Marvin-Alvine-Male-Female

Marvin & Alvine - $400

Gender : 2 Male & Female
Vaccination : up-to-date

Nemo-Dory-Male-Female

Nemo & Dory - $400

Gender : 2 Male & Female
Vaccination : up-to-date

Oscar-Male

Oscar - $250

Gender : 1 Male
Vaccination : up-to-date

Raven-Female

Raven - $250

Gender : 1 Female
Vaccination : up-to-date

Zoe-Female

Zoe - $250

Gender : 1 Female
Vaccination : up-to-date

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    Safety

    All our ferrets have been vaccinated. they have all been vaccinated for rabies and canine distemper which falls in line with the USDA guidelines. Plus our ferrets undergo frequent vet checks just to be sure they are all in perfect shape.

    Healthy

    All our ferrets come with a 1 years health guarantee. Unlike other breeders who just breed for profits, we are not so concerned with profits and therefore we let things come naturally in most cases which makes them healthier.

    Comfort

    All our Ferrets have already been potty trained and understand their names, therefore you do not have to go through the stress of doing it again, you just have to sit back relax and enjoy the best pet in the entire world.

    About Us

    Here at Infantry Ferretry a family that specializes in breeding ferret kits with over 18 years of experience. Our ferret kits (baby ferrets) are bred for perseverance. We believe health and temperament are the most important aspects of our breeding program and we pride ourselves in being very selective and only keep the best for our clients. We value the importance of working as a team, treating your loyal partner with respect, and using hard work and patience in order to achieve the best.

    Get To Know Ferrets

    Ferrets are one of the cutest pets you can have. They are curious, social, and can be trained to use a litter box. Often compared to a dog because of their love of people and playful personality, they are furry and love to cuddle. These mischievous little animals are super fun to watch and have very active lives. They sleep most of the day but are ready to party at dawn and in the evening hours.

    These cute little things are members of the Mustela genus, where the weasel is the most well-known species. They can grow up to 20 inches long and live for about a decade. They were domesticated about 2,500 years ago and used to hunt rabbits by earlier cultures. The origin of their name is Latin for “little thief” — the perfect way to describe the curious nature of these amazing animals.
    They have a very fast metabolism, which means they eat several times a day. Their strict carnivore diet is high in fats and protein, which results in a beautiful coat that sheds twice a year. Ferrets can benefit from grooming but are known to be very clean pets.

    These incredible animals love attention and will play for hours with their toys and owners. They can be trained to respond to their names and even perform simple tricks. They are incredibly intelligent and will try to explore their surroundings. Known as little escape artists, ferrets should be kept in a ferret-proof cage with plenty of space, a hard floor, and a secure door. Provide a dark and warm environment for them to sleep, and make sure they spend at least six hours of playtime outside of their cage every day.
    Ferrets always need to be supervised to protect them from chewing on and swallowing solid matter that might create a blockage in their digestive system. There are many toys available that are safe and challenging for them.

    Feeding

    As a ferret pet owner, you will be feeding them a lot of meat. Ferrets love both cooked and raw meat, in particular rabbit, poultry and mice. Raw meat should be given fresh and don’t worry about the bones, ferrets can eat bones and they are a great source of calcium, marrowbone and minerals. There are also special formulas available with a high content of fat and protein and all the other nutrients they need to thrive. If you want to go the natural way, try a diet based on eggs, cold-water fish, and minced meat. Avoid vegetables and fibers since their digestive system is not built to process that type of food. Stay away from sugars or dairy products and provide plenty of fresh water daily.

    Care

    These friendly animals are great at keeping themselves clean. They use a bowl of water in their cage to wash their face and clean the rest of their fur just like a cat. They need very few baths. Pet owners who bathe ferrets too often can cause their skin to produce more natural oil, which makes them smell more than if you let them naturally groom themselves. You can clean them with a baby wipe and let them swim in water without soap. Regular nail clipping is needed as well.

    Ferrets need at least an annual checkup by a vet for preventative measures. Due to extreme inbreeding, they suffer from certain diseases that can be managed if detected early enough. They also are constantly eating objects that hurt their digestive system. The main medical problems to look for are adrenal gland disease and insulinoma, a type of pancreas cancer common at old age.