Premium Ferret Food Mix - 2 Litres
- Premium complete dry ferret food
- A blend of the finest ingredients, designed to keep your ferrets happy and healthy throughout their life
- Delicious for ferrets
- Suitable for feeding from 4 weeks onwards, including pregnancy and lactation
- A 100% natural mix
- Provided in a handy, 'stay fresh' tub, resealable and reusable
Britten & James Premium Complete Dry Ferret Food is a carefully crafted and delicious meal for your ferret. Experience and care has gone into creating a nutritious and tasty food that ferrets will really enjoy, and will help to keep them healthy.
Britten & James understand the importance of a well-balanced diet for your ferret's overall well-being. That's why our dry ferret food is packed with protein, essential vitamins, and minerals. It's a recipe that promotes ferrets’ vitality and supports their overall health. We have made sure that this Complete Ferret Food is made from 100% natural ingredients. There are no artificial flavours, colours or nasties, so you can be reassured that this is a good, high quality choice for your ferret.
This ferret food is suitable for all life stages, starting from as early as 4 weeks old. It provides the necessary nutrients to support ferrets' growth and development as they navigate through different phases of their lives, including pregnancy and lactation (see feeding guide below).
Your Ferret Food comes in a resealable 2 litre tub, to help you keep it fresh for your ferret's daily meals.
Trust the reputable brand of Britten & James, known for our commitment to high quality, nutritious, animal and bird food. With our Premium Ferret Food, you can give your ferret natural goodness and healthy food from 4 weeks on, supporting their health and vitality for life.
Please note that the amount of food a ferret eats will also depend on its age, size, how active it is. The above feeding guide is only a guide. If you are unsure about how much to feed your specific ferret, please speak to your vet.
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