Q: Help, my ferret accidentally ate chocolate! Will my ferret be okay? Should I
take him to the vet? A: Do you know how much your ferret weighs and how much
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Chocolate contains theobromine, which is toxic to most animals. Please don't
give your ferret any chocolate or leave it anywhere where it can be stolen by your
Ferrets can't digest dairy products and should never eat them. Avoid giving your
pet milk, yogurt, cheese, ice cream or any other type of dairy-based food.
Too many people and too much attention can cause stress for your ferret. ...
seems that for many ferrets, eating small amounts of semi-sweet chocolate does
Baker's chocolate contains much more theobromine and is far more dangerous
than milk chocolate. A small animal like a ferret does not need to eat much of any
Find out all you need to know about what ferrets eat to give your new pet a diet
that's ... You can feed your ferret cooked or raw chicken along with the pellets. ...
should avoid giving your ferret any grains, vegetables, ice cream, or chocolate.
Mar 22, 1995 ... Pet ferrets have no hunting instinct left; they will chase and catch ... Ferrets enjoy
eating treats such as raisins, grapes (peeled or cut in ... Do not feed your ferret
dairy products (can cause diarrhea) or chocolate and caffeine ...
Jul 13, 2016 ... They could also give the endangered black-footed ferret a better chance at
survival. ... Edible pellets -- each pellet about the size of an M&M chocolate candy
-- contain peanut butter and the vaccine, which the prairie dogs eat.
Feb 17, 2014 ... NEVER GIVE regular dairy products, chocolate, fish-based biscuits or meat, ...
Ferrets in the wild will eat whole prey (the entire animal), which is ...