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Anorexia

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Anorexia

Anorexia is defined as a lack or loss of appetite for food. In ferrets this can be due to a variety of reasons and whilst the underlying cause needs addressing, the ferret will also require supportive treatment while they aren’t eating properly.

My ferret isn’t eating... is this an emergency?

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Why has my ferret stopped eating?

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What signs should I look out for?

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How can I help my ferret?

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What should I do if my ferret is anorexic?

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What will my vet do to treat my ferret?

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What about companion rabbits?

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Is my ferret likely to suffer further bouts of anorexia?

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