THE RESCUE WILL BE ACCEPTING A LIMITED NUMBER OF FERRETS. CALL FOR AVAILABILITY.
Our Rescue is currently full! We expect to have room after August 1st. Please try to keep your ferret with you until then. If you are forced to surrender, please DO NOT just let them go outside, bring them to your local Humane Society. Thank you and check back here for updates!
Dona at 954-444-5370 and leave a message
Our Team has partnered with Funds2org in an awesome fundraiser! There is NOTHING TO BUY OR SELL! All we need is your old shoes. Over the next couple of weeks, we need your help to collect gently worn or new shoes. Clean out your closet, ask your family, friends, neighbors or co-workers. The more shoes you donate, the better for everyone. For every bag of 25 pairs of shoes we receive, the Rescue gets money!
How does this work? You donate your shoes to the Rescue. Funds2 org picks them up and sends them to small businesses in Ghana, Haiti and Cambodia where they in turn sell them to help their families. Additionally, 300 million pairs of shoes go into America's landfills. This will help our environment by keeping them out of it.
We have one drop off locations for the shoes: 4440 NW 2 Court Coconut Creek, FL 33066 (leave on front porch). Any questions visit our Facebook page: Broward ferret rescue
Thanks for your help! Stay tuned for updates!
If you want to adopt, need to surrender, or found a ferret, contact us.
Before you get a ferret, you need to be aware of their need and habits. Learn more here and watch the video below.
Ferrets get loose from their home. Other times people just release their ferrets outside to fend for themselves. They will not survive more than a day or two.
Did you know a ferret could squeeze their body in a hole the size of a paper towel roll? Know what you should look for when ferret proofing your home.
A ferrets diet is critical to their good health. It is important you give them food specific to ferrets. Food for cats or dogs will only make them sick.
Learn how and when to bath them as well as caring for their teeth, nails, ears, and how to control their musky odor.
When a ferret is not well, they need to see a vet within 24 hrs. You should have a vet in place prior to them getting sick.
A sick ferret must see a vet immediately. This link will give you some tips on first aid but should not be used in place of seeking vet assistance.
Learn what are some of the common diseases a ferret could experience, and learn the signs so you know how to treat them.
Always consult with a vet for a professional analysis. This list will give you a cause and a possible issue to advise your vet what may be wrong.
There are many reasons you may need to surrender your ferret(s). Never just let them fend for themselves, contact us so we can give them another home.
If you are going on vacation, consider boarding at the rescue. If you are taking your ferrets with you consider they many things you need to bring with you.
Who hasn't walked into a pet store only to see an adorable ferret wanting to play with you. The Rescue sees many of these families as they surrender their ferret because they did not educate themselves on the ferrets needs and characteristics.
This video from Modern Ferret gives you an idea of what to expect.
Check out this great video from the Modern Ferret
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