Ying is best friends with Yang. Please adopt both of them so they can stay together!
I am good with kids.
Ying is an active boy and will be 2-years old in May. He arrived on National Ferret day April 2. Ying along with his bonded buddy Yang, were too much for their young own. Both would make great companion pets. If you are interested in adopting Ying, please fill out our Adoption Application!.
My name is Claudia and I'm from Pittsburgh, PA. I went to school at WVU and later UGA where I studied animal science and nutrition. Animals have always been the focus of my life. I originally rescued sheep and goats, but when a ferrets needed a home in 1999, my life was changed forever. Zeke, my first ferret is the reason that I'm a rescue. I'm very fortunate to work as a vet tech at a great animal hospital with 3 very talented ferret vets. Most of the ferrets in my home are oldsters and there are very few days that I go to work without any ferrets. I'm very picky about finding forever homes for my kids, but I owe them the best possible life.
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Look for us at the Fish/Pet Place in Lancaster-check my website for dates
Sept 19, 2015 we will be at the vet clinic where I work for our open house Chadwell Animal Hospital 3004 Emmorton Rd Abingdon. MD 21009
Our Adoption Process...
The adoption fee depends upon the age of the ferret. Young, healthy ferrets have a fee of $90.00 for 1 and 150.00 for a pair. Ferrets are vaccinated for rabies, distemper and ADV negative. All ferrets are also examined by a vet prior to adoption. Home inspections are required - more specifically , the areas where the ferrets will be housed. Ferrets are not place in smoking homes or with anyone under the age of 18 as the primary care taker.
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