We have two ferrets. The one with the mask is Viaz, and the lighter one is Spaz (for obvious reasons, lol). ---The ferrrets and the dog don't actually hurt eachother. I think the ferrets play rougher together than the pup does with them. No worries :) ---

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Comment by Carol & Ein & Widget on October 5, 2009 at 11:26am
LOL yeah they are pack mates playing, Ein had one ferret, Zim, and man did they romp fast and furious all thru the house. I think Zim taught Ein some cool ferret moves thru play that helped Ein later against raccoons, mean critters that they are, Ein has never had a scratch from the raccoons that he's scared off. thank god! Carol
Comment by Marion and Vern on June 16, 2009 at 6:02pm
Oh my gosh how CUTE! Believe me if the ferrets wanted to get away they wouldn't keep running to the pup! Made me miss my Boo, my ferret I had gosh 20 plus years ago. Hope you can get some more video that was wonderful to see. Thanks for sharing!!!
Comment by Sunni A. on June 15, 2009 at 11:43pm
Ferrets are so weird
Comment by Nancy Geddes on June 15, 2009 at 8:51pm
Please, please do be prepared to keep your puppy safe. Corgi high fives from: Bear, Tasha and Linus
Comment by Beauty and the Beast on June 15, 2009 at 4:13pm
To Lou Ann: herding itself IS a pray driven action. Why do you think they herd? To get all the animals in one spot so it's easier to catch them
Comment by Beauty and the Beast on June 15, 2009 at 4:10pm
OMG this is hilarious!
Comment by Kris & Reaghan on June 15, 2009 at 1:47pm
Don't worry, they get along great. Ferrets are the kind of animals that like to play hide and seek. Kind of like stalking. They'll run and hide, then jump out of their hiding spot to play attack. This video is after they did this to the pup many times. She kept trying to get them in one spot and stay. Can't hear it on the video, but the ferrets were doing their play chirping. But this experience is just like litter mates playing, which is much rougher. She'll learn to calm down once she figures out how they play and stops trying to keep them in one place. Don't worry everyone, I keep a very close eye on them.
Comment by John Wolff on June 15, 2009 at 1:05pm
I thought this looked a little scary too, but it reminded me of Al when he first joined our family, playing with Jack the big tomcat. Jack is no sissy, he gets in catfights and holds his own. Little Al had him on his back with his jaws around Jack's throat, with Jack's paw right on Al's face. The cat could've ripped Al's eye out in a blink if he'd wanted to, but never so much as opened a claw (oh maybe once or twice as a gentle warning). They seemed to have it figured out from day 1.
Comment by Lou Ann Lemaster on June 15, 2009 at 9:24am
Cute, but scary! It does look more like a prey driven action than herding. Be sure to keep a real close eye on both the ferrets and the dogs.
Comment by Susan Stanton on June 15, 2009 at 7:32am
Ha! She's obsessed with getting that tail! Think she wants it for herself?

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