Post by caitmonster on Sept 23, 2018 10:45:46 GMT -5
4" diameter is generally the standard size for ferret tubes (whether intentionally marketed for them or not ).
Unless you have a chunker of a hob--my guy is probably close to 4 pounds and the 4" could get too small for him at some point, but he's still happily diving thru it so we might be ok for a while longer--you should be good!
Last Edit: Sept 23, 2018 10:46:44 GMT -5 by caitmonster
Generally speaking...4" is standard and more than ample. I've got one of this years kits, Mor'Du who's pushing 5 lbs and he's running the tubes. It's a tight fit but he does it. I have a 6 inch that I purchased and strangely enough, they're not fond of it. During the depth of winter, my bigger boys don't use the tubes as frequently as their middles have exceeded the circumference of the tube but generally speaking most ferrets are comfortable with 4 inch tubes. ciao