Can Ferrets Eat Oranges? (The Risks!)

No, ferrets shouldn’t eat oranges.

Oranges are acidic and can upset a ferret’s stomach.

Ferrets are obligate carnivores, so they need meat to survive. While it may be okay in small amounts, oranges aren’t suitable to feed ferrets on a regular basis because they don’t provide the nutrients that ferrets need.

Some sources say that feeding citrus fruits like oranges can make your ferret sick or cause digestive problems.

How bad is orange for ferrets?

Oranges are high in carbohydrates and can upset a ferret’s stomach.

While some types of oranges (such as navel oranges) are safe to feed your ferret, others aren’t safe because they’re too acidic.

Can a ferret die of eating oranges?

It’s not likely that your ferret will die of eating oranges. However, if you do feed your ferret oranges on a regular basis then it may become seriously ill.

Can I give just once slice of orange to my ferret?

No, it’d be best if you instead feed them some blo*dy chicken slices ???? Because they’re tastier and a lot safer for your pet ferret to eat than oranges are.