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Ferrets: Health & Management

Wildpro has been designed to support decision-making, and important back-ground information is provided through its flowchart structure. We recommend that first-time users, or those unfamiliar with this species, or with its recommended care, return to the flowchart (Ferrets: Health & Management) and follow through the flowcharts and lists to find the information they need.

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About the Species:

GENERAL INFORMATION
1. Alternative Names
2. General Appearance and Similar Species
3. Husbandry Information (Captive Management) 

APPEARANCE / MORPHOLOGY
1. Measurement & Weight
2. Head and Neck
3. Legs, Spine and Tracks
4. Tail
5. Skin / Coat / Pelage
6. Detailed Anatomy Notes 

LIFE STAGES / NATURAL DIET / PHYSIOLOGY
1. Reproductive Stages
2. Natural Diet
3. Hibernation / Aestivation
4. Detailed Physiology Notes 

BEHAVIOUR
1. Feeding Behaviour
2. Parental Behaviour
3. Social Behaviour / Territoriality / Predation / Learning
4. Sexual Behaviour
5. Activity Patterns, Self-grooming and Navigation

HABITAT & RANGE
1. General Habitat Type
2. Nests / Burrows / Shelters
3. Distribution and Movement (Migration etc.) 

CONSERVATION
1. Species Variation (subspeciation)
2. Conservation Status

[NOTE: The Mustela putorius furo - Ferret page provides an overview of summarised information on the species. Detailed literature reports containing the references to information from different sources are available in the following pages:] 


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Diseases:


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Drugs:

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Techniques (Veterinary / Husbandry / Management):

Overview Techniques: Veterinary Overview Techniques: Mammal Husbandry & Management
Individual Ferret Techniques: Veterinary

Individual Ferret Techniques: Husbandry / Management

For information on wild small mustelids:


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