I've been looking for awhile now for a good vet that is raw-friendly in the Northshore area of Massachusetts. I've found a couple vets that say they treat ferrets but I've had zero luck finding any reviews on how they are with ferrets or raw diets. Hoping that hopefully someone has had good experiences with one of the vets in my area! Thank You.
Fingers crossed, and if you find a vet willing to work with you please let us know!
Ferrets: Contessa, Frankenfurter, Butterscotch. Kitties: Watson, Oskar DIP Sinnead, Vincent, Boris, Zeus and Athena, Willow, Mr. Frodo, Indie, Lucrezia, Judge, Odin, Miss Emily, Suki, Cody, Aristotle. RIP Herne, Ligeia, and Mr. Stubbs
Hi there! If you're still looking, I'd recommend to consider Seaport Vet in Gloucester, or Danvers AH in Danvers. If you go to the latter, mention my name and you'll receive a $25 credit if you've never been At DAH I use Dr Pelletier, but there are 3 total vets who treat ferrets. I wouldn't say she's "raw-friendly", the practice as a whole advises against it, however she is fully aware of what I feed my ferrets and does not say anything negative to me about it. If you were to present her with a horribly sick, malnutritioned ferret in poor condition and say he's been on a raw diet for a few years, I think she'd take issue with that considering what's infront of her. But a nice, healthy ferret just there for a check up or to manage a disease, I don't think she'd sit there and point out how horrible of an owner you are due to diet choices! She's absolutely amazing with my two ferrets, and one of them is NOT the best patient!!!
Dr. Becket at North shore vet in Gloucester is also very good. He loves raw(although he doesn't know all that much about it) and is very experienced with ferrets. That's where I've brought all of mine since my first got sick. They've always been very good. They're also very reasonable with pricing and everything
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