Message Number: YG4811 | New FHL Archives Search
From: Sidsel L. Espersen
Date: 2001-06-23 20:04:00 UTC
Subject: Re: [Ferret-Health-list] FerretZyme contains what?

Thanx Russell, I did that search too, but I was looking for a
full analysis so my vet could compare it to the different
things we have in Denmark, but it looks as if I can actually
soon get the real thing! :)

But thanx for the help anyway! :)

- Sidsel & da Gang O' Ferts feat.
Terrible Turbo Terror Tyson and Loke da Thief
~~~~~ ~~~~~
-----Original Message-----
From: Russell Prater []
Sent: 23. juni 2001 18:59

"Sidsel L. Espersen" wrote:
> I need to know this so I can give it to my vet and she can
compare it to
> whatever she can find on the danish market, Stony really
needs your help!
> So does anyone happen to know how much ferretzyme contains
of this and that?
> And could they possible mail the complete list?
> Thanx so much - in advance! :)

Sidsel, I did a simple Netscape search for Ferretzyme and
found a number
of references. Two suppliesrs both had this information
about it.

Digestive enzymes

Ferrets require proper digestion of nutrients for
optimum vitality. Ferretzyme Plus contains
concentrated plant and pancreas enzymes to replace
those lacking in pet foods and pancreas dysfunction.
Friendly bacteria help maintain normal intestinal health.
Concentrated liver and pancreas have many essential
nutrients for digestion and organ function.

Russ, Booger, Bonnie & Clyde

URA Redneck if you've ever done your Xmas shopping at a
truck stop.

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