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Ferret FAQ [4/5] - Health Care
Section - (10.5) What is that huge bruised-looking or orangish patch?

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If your ferret was recently shaved for some reason or just finished
shedding [8.4], it's probably the tips of the new fur growing in.
Dark-colored ferrets look bluish-black, and albinos and other
light-colored ferrets often look orange.  Wait a day or two, and you
should see the stubble start to poke through the skin.

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glenda
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Sep 20, 2014 @ 11:11 am
how much are they worth when they have the 2 dots i am buying one and want to know befor i get it and the cage

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Top Document: Ferret FAQ [4/5] - Health Care
Previous Document: (10.4) My ferret's had funny-looking stools for a few days. What's wrong?
Next Document: (10.6) My ferret is going bald (tail only or all over).

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