From: Mike Janke
Date: 2001-06-14 18:42:00 UTC
Subject: Re: Ferretzyme
I've been using FerretZyme for a bit over three years. I have a jar
right here and it says, in part, "...FerretZyme Plus contains
concentrated plant and pancreas enzymes to replace those lacking in
pet foods and pancreas dysfunction." Quantity given is 1/2 teaspoon
per cup of food.
I can't say if it actually helps anything, but it certainly hasn't
hurt that I can see. I don't know if it has any bearing on Beasley,
but he's entering his fourth year with insulinoma and still doing
well. I started mine on FerretZyme when they came down with ECE a
little over three years ago and they get it daily with their food
I can list the ingredients if you want that much detail. Most of it
is meaningless to me.
It's available at www.craftycreatures.com and probably at
www.theferretstore.com. I don't know what their policies are
concerning shipping overseas.
--- In Ferret-Health-list@y..., "Alison Wilson" <alison@d...> wrote:
> I read about Ferretzyme in a previous mail, and I would like to ask:
> Ferretzyme - what is it specifically , how much do you give, and
can it be
> gotten in Europe? Is it the same as pancreatic enzymes? If so, how
> pancreatic enzymes are recommended daily for a ferret with
> Can they be harmful?
> Alison Wilson
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