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4 Places With Ferrets For Sale In Arizona

Looking for places to buy a ferret in Arizona (AZ)? 

Finding a reputable and trustworthy breeder might be difficult in the state as there are just a few options available. To select the best ferret and ensure it is in good condition, visit the breeders or stores in person and buy from reputable sellers. 

Here’s the list of top places in Arizona selling ferrets to help you find the best hob, jill, or kit, depending on your needs and the offer.

Ferret Breeders in Arizona

Breeder NameLocationContact NumberWebsite
Pratt’s Pets Glendale, AZ
El Mirage, AZ Mesa, AZ
623-939-3326 623-544-1544 480-361-7000www.prattspets.com
PetcoAZ877-738-6742www.petco.com
Tropical Kingdom Tucson, AZ 520-326-1218 Facebook Page
AZ Ferret Rescue Phoenix, AZ 602-672-5636Facebook Page

1. Pratt’s Pets 

Pet Ferret At Home

Pratt’s Pet is a family-run pet store that was established in 1936. They have 3 stores located in Glendale, El Mirage, and Mesa, Arizona, and sell ferrets. This “neighborhood zoo” as they call themselves also offers hundreds of other pets and thousands of pet products. 

Pratt’s Pets sells ferrets in 3 of their Arizona stores:

  • Glendale – Address: 5237 W. Glendale Ave. Glendale, Arizona 85301; Phone: 623-939-3326; Email: [email protected] 
  • El Mirage – Address: 11717 NW Grand Ave. El Mirage, Arizona 85335; Phone: 623-544-1544; Email: [email protected] 
  • Mesa – Address: 856 S. Alma School Rd. Mesa, Arizona 85210; Phone: 480-361-7000; Email: [email protected]

Their ferrets come spayed/neutered, descented, and up-to-date on shots. The current price is around $350.

2. Petco 

  • For Sale: Ferrets
  • Address: Throughout Arizona
  • Phone: 877-738-6742 
  • Email: n/a
  • Website: www.petco.com
  • Price: Around $350 – contact them directly for more information

Founded in 1965, Petco is a name well-known across the USA. They have more than 1,500 facilities in the USA, Mexico, and Puerto Rico – there are 26 stores in Arizona where you can buy a baby ferret. Their ferrets come neutered and deglanded and cost around $350. 

Some Petco stores in Arizona with ferrets for sale: 

  • Petco East Mesa – Address: 2027 E. University Mesa, AZ 85213; Phone: 480-827-1187 
  • Petco Kingman – Address: 3320 Stockton Hill Rd B Kingman, AZ 86409; Phone: 928-681-4101 
  • Petco Sahuarita – Address: 18785 S I 19 Frontage Rd Ste 125 Green Valley, AZ 85614; Phone: 520-625-1648 
  • Petco Limberlost – Address: 585 E. Wetmore Road Tucson, AZ 85705; Phone: 520-887-3649 
  • Petco Marana – Address: 8050 N. Cortaro Rd. Tucson, AZ 85743; Phone: 520-719-6110 
  • Petco Tucson – Address: 5625 East River Road, Tucson, AZ 85750; Phone: 520-299-1425
  • Petco Rita Ranch – Address: 9250 S. Houghton Rd Tucson, AZ 85747; Phone: 520-848-5211 
  • Petco Chandler – Address: 3452 West Chandler Blvd Chandler, AZ 85226; Phone: 480-337-7171 
  • Petco Tempe – Address: 1835 East Guadalupe No.112 Tempe, AZ 85283; Phone: 480-820-0603 
  • Petco Prescott – Address: 1931 E. Hwy 69 Prescott, AZ 86301; Phone: 928-708-0212
  • Petco Phoenix – Address: 2784 W. Peoria Ave, Phoenix, AZ, 85029; Phone: 602-504-1202

See the full list of Petco stores in AZ here. Make sure to contact your store directly to ensure they have ferrets available before visiting.

3. Tropical Kingdom

ferret running on grass
  • For Sale: Ferrets
  • Address: 1761 E Prince Rd Tucson, Arizona 85719
  • Phone: 520-326-1218 
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Website: Facebook Page
  • Price: Available on inquiry

Located in Tucson, Arizona, Tropical Kingdom is an exotic pet store. Although they mostly specialize in domesticated parrots and cage birds, Tropical Kingdom might occasionally offer baby ferrets for sale. 

Contact them directly about the available animals and visit their Facebook page for more updates and news. Their working hours are Monday – Friday: 10:00 am to 8:00 pm, Saturday: 10:00 am to 6:00 pm, and Sunday: 11:00 am to 6:00 pm.

4. AZ Ferret Rescue

Not a seller, but a non-profit organization that offers ferrets for adoption. AZ Ferret Rescue is a ferret rescue center located in Phoenix, Arizona. 

The director is Diane Simonian and they work with the AZ Humane Society’s Alternate Replacement Program to rescue “unadoptable” ferrets as well as take in owner-surrendered ferrets in need. 

Visit their Facebook page as they have a list of ferrets available there and contact them directly about the terms.

Additional Information 

Can’t Find The Right Ferret To Buy in Arizona? 

Feel free to check our list of breeders in Las Vegas (Nevada).

Are You Selling Ferrets In Arizona And Aren’t Listed Here? 

Contacts us here and we will add you to the list. 

Things To Know Before Buying A Ferret

  • Ferrets are not rodents but mammals. These intelligent and lively animals weigh from 1-3 pounds (females) up to 5-6 pounds (males).
  • Ferrets come in a variety of colors. Albinos (white with ruby eyes) are the original color; other colors include sable (with a raccoon-like mask), chocolate (brown), silver, and cinnamon.
  • Ferrets are a long-term commitment. They can live about 8 to 10 years.
  • Ferrets require daily interaction. Similar to cats, they are small, quiet, and relatively easy to care for, but ferrets still need daily human companionship and interaction, just like dogs.
  • They require investment. Together with the initial price of purchasing (or adopting), you will need to buy food, housing (cage, bedding, and litter), toys, and pay veterinary checks. 
  • Ferrets are not for people who are often way from home. They can become depressed if often left alone or placed in a cage for too long.  
  • Ferrets get along well with other animals. They are very playful and will blend in nicely with your other pets, make sure to supervise them for a while before they get used to one another.
  • They need proper health care. Ferrets need to be vaccinated every year against canine distemper (a viral infectious disease that is 100% fatal) and inspected by a veterinarian at least once a year.
  • Do proper research before purchasing one. When buying from pet stores, always read reviews of other people on Google and Yelp and ask sellers about the health guarantees they offer for their animals.

Summary 

And there you have it! 4 places with ferrets for sale in Arizona (AZ). 

Before buying the animal, make sure to call and see if the seller currently has babies available for sale, check the animal in person, and feel free to take a veterinarian with you to inspect the animal, if the seller allows it. 

Owning a ferret is illegal in several US states – check the legislation before buying one

Ferrets can be great pets as they are friendly, cute, and entertaining animals. Remember to provide enough housing space for the animal, a regular supply of food and water, spend some time interacting with your pet daily, and regularly clean up after it.

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