Message Number: YG7034 | New FHL Archives Search
Date: 2001-09-06 13:22:00 UTC
Subject: Re: Oder associated with adrenal disease

My Buffy had a uriny smell to her with her adrenal. Wish I had known
that before so we could have acted on it more quickly and might have
been able to save her. When she was opened up the adrenal was all
intwined and not operable.


--- In Ferret-Health-list@y..., skritchmas@y... wrote:
> I have heard that a healthy ferret has a tail that smells like grape
> I have also heard that if a ferret has a "burnt" smell,it is
> Is any of this fact? I have a male about 3 yrs. He has no hair loss,
> but he cannot be kept with his female cagemates because he will not
> off their necks.His fur is like silk, although it is not a fluffy
> He sometimes smells burnt when he gets warm, like when I hold him.
> He does not have the grape soda smell like my others.
> Thanks for any answers.
> Carol