- Seek veterinary treatment as soon as possible
WHAT IS IT?
Alopecia, is fairly common in ferrets and mostly affects ferrets that have been neutered or spayed, and those that are between the ages of three and seven.
- Loss of fur on any part of the body
- Flaky skin
- Discharge or scabs on skin
Skin infection, hyperadrenocorticism, mites or fleas, hyperoestrogenism
- Antibiotics for infection
- Adrenal removal or GnRH agonist
BSAVA Manual of exotic pets 5th edition