How to Surrender a Private/Family-owned Ferret to Lakeroad Ferret Farm/Shelter, Inc.
Any intakes must first contact the Shelter via email (firstname.lastname@example.org). If the Shelter is full, we offer a waiting list or we will help you place them with a family that is looking to adopt.
Requirements for surrendering a ferret:
1. The ferret(s) must be current on rabies and distemper vaccines and include documentation. If you prefer, you can contact the Shelter's veterinarians, as they know what documentation is required.
Dr. Ed Gschrey at SouthTowne Veterinary Hospital, 4084 West Henrietta Rd, Rochester, NY, 14623. Phone: 585-334-1550
Dr. Allen Edwards at Brockport Animal Hospital, 6352 Brockport-Spencerport Rd, Brockport, NY 14420. Phone: 585-637-6190
2. Items that belongs to the ferret(s) must come with them; cage, toys, blankets, etc.
3. A supply of food and water for the ferret(s) to last a minimum of 4 weeks. This is to give the ferret(s) time to acclimate to what is used at the Shelter.
Lakeroad Ferret Farm/Shelter, Inc.
Brenda Johnson, Director
USPS address: P.O. Box 698
Physical address: 7835 State Route 21, directions via Google Maps
Naples, NY 14512