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pictures of my ferrets

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by sharpshooterpete, Apr 15, 2008.

  1. sharpshooterpete

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    They're cute. I know nothing abouth ferrets except they have very sharp teeth. How old are they when you start them down rabbit burrows? :)
     
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    i first put them down warrens about january. ferreting season starts earlier than that but i left it till i thought they were ready.
     
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    Very nice indeed :) I used to have two,but just kept them as pets :cool:
     
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    they look like my two 1 year old in may so this year thay better be ready
    for some action
     
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    Me mates got 2, l stay at the blunt end of em:D:up:
     
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    Nice targets:D:D
     
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    had a nasty bite off one of those many years ago,ive still got the 2 inch scar to prove it,has yours ever bit you.
     
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    my ferrets are very good, when they were younger i spent a lot of time training them. i have had a very hard bite from my hob but it was by accident. i was putting some food into their hutch, he thought my finger was a bit of food and really tugged on it, his teeth ripped down the inside of my finger. that's the only time they have bitten me, when i play with them they play bite me but thats it.
     
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    they can give a almighty bite cant they,but as you say in fun they pull back dont they.
     
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    yeah they have such a strong bite for such a small animal. my hob is funny, when he is playing with me if he bites abit harder than normal i say OUCH! and he starts liking where he bit me. he is the best ferret ever, couldn't be happier with how he is when ferreting and around strangers.

    ive got my friends jill's coming over at the weekend so my hob can take them out of season. ive got three to take out of season but i think i will put one in first just to see how my jill gets on with her, because he is the only male and 4 jills im worried they could get abit funny with each other.
     
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    i dont trust things with little teeth but with my jack russel (meg) i can put my hand in her mouth and it will never actually try to do damage.

    i trust that dog so much i can put ham on my face and she will take it gently where as most dogs would have half your face too:D
     
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    thats the same with my staff, he is such a gentle dog. i say to him "let me see" and i can do anything i want to him. i pull his lips around to check his teeth, open his mouth ect. he doesn't get on well with other dogs, ive lost count how many fights he has had. its a shame because when ever i bring him for a walk im constantly looking out for other dogs.
     
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    shame, its always nice to let the dog run on the beach or something
     

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