If you go to your profile, you'll see a "My Calendar" link in the top right. This will link to your very own calendar which has all of your ferrets' birthdays and anniversaries on it!
Click the "Copy" button to add the link to your clipboard. Then just follow the instructions for adding an external calendar to your calendar:
Now you'll see all of these special days on your calendar. The best part is, you can share this URL with your friends and family too!
- You can download the "My Calendar" file too, but then it won't sync any updates. It's best to subscribe to the URL from your calendar application.
- If you add new birthdays/anniversaries, it may take a few days for your calendar to sync the changes. Unfortunately Google has an issue where you will have to remove and re-add the calendar.
I've tested pretty much every cleaning spray out there and I've found a few that work really well.
Nature's Miracle sprays are great for one thing especially - breaking down poop and pee. Especially if you didn't notice it when it was fresh and it has dried and hardened (shudder), a lot of sprays will not really help, but Nature's Miracle does a good job of softening and loosening it. You have to let it sit for about 15 minutes so that the enzymes can do their job, but then it's easy to clean up after.Continue reading
Ideally you should take your ferret to the vet at least once a year. If they're younger (< 4 years old), you can probably get away with just going every other year. But some health issues can surface at a very young age. Once they get middle-aged I highly recommend going annually even if nothing appears to be wrong.
An annual exam is a good investment. Your vet will be able to examine their body, feel for any masses in their abdomen, and listen to their heart beat for any irregularities. If everything checks out, then you can have some peace of mind.Continue reading
Make no mistake, Marshall "Farms" is not some cute, cozy rural haven for ferrets. It is a massive factory farm and a multi-billion dollar company, breeding dogs, ferrets, pigs, and other animals, mostly for laboratory research.
Here are a few reasons Marshall Farms is unpopular in the ferret community:
Their breeding facilities have been investigated and cited for animal welfare violations dozens of times (not just for ferrets).Continue reading