Find Out About Ferrets – By Small Animal Expert Colin Patterson

If you don’t have a clue what to do to when your ferret bites people or goes to the bathroom outside the litter box (even though they’re supposed to be trained) —

Learn everything you need to know to have a long life with a well-behaved ferret who’s pleasant to be around and feels affection toward you.

You see, I’ve been a small animal trainer and breeder for a few decades now, and the techniques I’ve developed have become something of a legend among ferret fanciers.

And recently I finished packaging up my secrets into a guide I call Find Out About Ferrets: The Complete Guide To Turning Your Ferret Into The Happiest, Best-Behaved, and Healthiest Pet In The World!

I wrote it in plain, conversational English that’s easy to follow — even if you’ve never owned a ferret before and don’t know the first thing about them (other than you might want one).

As a complete system, this guide will reveal to you everything you want to know about ferrets. That’s why…

Lizzie, a recent client, called me in tears. After only 2 short months, she was about to take Janie, her adorable albino ferret, back to the shelter. Her call to me was a last resort (as they always are in my small animal consulting practice).

At first Lizzie had a great life with Janie but by the end she was afraid all those horrible things she’d heard about ferrets were coming true.

On top of that, she would always chase people’s feet, trying to nip them. Lizzie’s friends stopped coming to visit for fear of being attacked!

But the final straw came when Janie chewed through an electrical cord. "I feel like a bad ferret mom," Janie told me, "and I’m ready to give up."

Maybe you too are frustrated by a ferret who smells bad, poops and pees all over the place, and gets aggressive and bites you and your houseguests…

Or you’re not sure if you’re feeding him the right foods, how to "ferret-proof" your house, or whether you’re giving him a good life in his cage…

So I told Lizzie my guide would her teach everything she wanted to know about making her ferret into the perfect companion for life.

She said she was skeptical, because she’d already done a lot of Internet research and found conflicting information and lots of sites that didn’t answer her questions.

Lizzie figured she had nothing to lose so she zoomed to page 35. It revealed the number one reason ferrets smell and how you can fix it in five minutes flat (and no, it has nothing to do with "descenting" surgery or giving your ferret a bath).

She didn’t think it could be that easy, but before she knew it the lingering odor in the apartment was gone!

Her husband Rudy was so thrilled he turned right to chapter 11 on training your ferret and teaching him manners. There he discovered the 7 silent techniques that "magnetically" make your ferret want to obey your every command. (Page 91)

Since then, Janie’s stopped nipping (which was a huge relief for their toes!) — thanks to their discovery of how to prevent your ferret from biting you using these guaranteed methods proven to work. (Page 104)

These days their friends have no trouble visiting us. And Lizzie and Rudy enjoy how nice Janie is… and you should see how impressed they are when we have Janie do the neat tricks they learned in my guide.

Rather than having to go through a struggle or have to hire a high-priced consultant, you can simply read what’s in my guide and immediately discover all the advanced secrets contained within…

Some people call it the lazy person’s way to easy ferret care. It’ll save you so much time and worry (not to mention money) that you can start enjoying your ferret right away with zero worries.

There’s a powerful new diet developed by biologists that can take the average ferret lifespan of 7 years and increase it to 12 to 15 years.

The best part is that this miraculous diet uses food you can get from your local grocery store. (Page 66.)

Look, it’s very important that you feed your ferret the right foods. This subject can be frustrating (it certainly is for everyone who comes to me), because everyone gives conflicting advice. But your fuzzy’s diet is colossally important — feed your ferret the wrong thing and he can become obese… or even get cancer.

That’s why I provide a complete Ferret Cuisine Guide (see Chapter 7) that will reveal everything you need to know — and then tells you what exactly to do. It’s like having your own ferret expert right there at your beck and call.

You’ll learn about FFAT, which will solve all your diet questions. What is FFAT? It is the 4 unbreakable rules of what you must look for in food labels. You’ll find out what I’m talking about on page 64.

Ferrets can be party animals who love to fling around food and litter like they’re confetti. So you don’t have to be a math whiz to know that keeping the mess to a minimum means you do much less work!

I’ll give you the step by step instructions… as well as showing you places you can get the items you need easily and cheaply (and no, it’s not from the local pet store)… on page 45.

You know, after all that Lizzie and Rudy learned, I teased Rudy that he used to not even like ferrets. But today he and Janie are like soul mates.

When Janie has to go potty, she goes in the litter box every time. Lizzie and Rudy used to have to clean up a mess every day no matter what they tried, but now that’s in the past.

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