Do you keep a ferret? Nowadays, ferrets are becoming prima donna among the animal lovers. The wild and ferocious image of a ferret does not prevent the animal lovers from being able to nurture it. The image is even a challenge for the keepers, there is a certain satisfaction, of course, can conquer this wild animal.
Actually, behind the wild image, a ferret can be a very friendly animal and benign. Of course, it takes a variety of handling at the time of maintaining, start from the early age treatment, until the best food for ferrets.
The role of food is also very important in formulating the behavior of these animals. Natural ferrets are carnivorous meat-eating animals. In the wild, ferrets are often anxious for the cultivation of chickens. So, how the food should be given to pet riders to be docile and stay healthy and grow well?
Basically, we can get weed food easily and almost can be found anywhere we can be. Here are some of the ferocious favorite foods you can give to your pet ferrets.
As said before, to train the ferret to be benign required special treatment from an early age. One of them with the feeding, try to provide meat. This is done to reduce the instinct of killing and its wildness.
In baby ferrets that are approximately 0-2 months old, can be given formula milk. Milk is good non-lactose vanilla milk which is then given every 4 hours. Milk is very useful to meet the calcium and nutrient needs of a ferret to grow and develop. Milk will also make the ferret more active and prevent limps in the ferret.
What if the pet ferret has entered the age of 1 month, you can start giving baby porridge as main food or fruit in puree in the blender first. The given fruit can be either banana or papaya. The baby pulp contains a variety of nutritional value of a complete variety, but it is also easy to find. Granting of this porridge with fruits interspersed with fruits. Banana or papaya can you give to ferret because the texture of these two pieces soft so easily digested by a ferret. This feeding can be continued until the age of 2 months.