Pet Education

Browse our veterinary-reviewed Dog and Cat Illness Guide to learn more about pet health. Always talk to your veterinarian if you have a concern about your pet's symptoms or health.
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Ferret Insurance Alternative

A ferret is a small pet that typically weighs about three to four pounds, is no more than 16 inches in length, and has a lifespan of up to 11 years. Ferrets are curious, intelligent, and require a lot of training from their human family members to learn to co-exist peacefully. Although ferrets are usually most active at night and sleep much of the day, they can also adapt to the sleep schedule of others in the household.

Typical Health Problems of Ferrets

Keeping your ferret healthy requires a watchful eye, willingness to respond to health issues immediately, and a low-cost pet insurance alternative that makes veterinary care more affordable. Here are some common ferret health issues:

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The above are just four of several potential health issues your ferret could develop. A pet insurance alternative from Pet Assure, trusted by more than 150,000 pet owners, helps to keep costs low so you can provide your ferret with the best possible care.

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