My goal is to grow healthy, good-natured and natural ferrets.
I use only healthy animals for breeding.
I'm not using animals that are too sensitive or difficult to handle.
I use only sable, black sable, albino, pastel, cinnamon or chocolate colored ferrets in my breeding.
I'm not using angora or half-longhair ferrets in my breeding.
I don't use panda, badger or black / blue eyes white in any breeding. No ferrets with clear white patterns in the head, neck or abdomen are used for breeding. (see Waardenburg Syndrome)
I do not use mitts, roan / silver ferrets. I try to avoid the use of lines where these occur and try to breed only individuals whose near relatives show mitt or roan as little as possible.
I always aim for as close as possible 0% inbreeding.
I do not use animals, or siblings of the same litter that have defects affecting their health or quality of life, such as, for example, hidden testicle, tail knot, or serious defects in teeth.
I will not produce more than 1 litter per year with same female. Females are given a maximum of 2 litters during their lifetime and the first-timer female is an individual who is at most 3 years in the same year.
Kitts are given away at least 8 weeks old (56 days).
All kitts are accustomed to versatile handling, food and other animals.
Kitts are always handed over with health check certificate, microchip, registration certificate, health booklet and puppy package.
Every kitt buyer has the ferret's lifelong breeder's support and access own discussion group.
I keep all my breeding plans and pedigrees as public.I also maintain statistics on the dates and causes of death of litters and breeding animals.