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From: Steve Austin
Date: 2001-09-23 02:38:00 UTC
Subject: Re:green urine

According to the posts Sukie sent about green urine ( she
all the past vet responses to the same question ), all the
cases ended
up with a serious problem, so because it is more likely to
mean something
is wrong than to be nothing, it is a good idea to go to the
vet and let
him check the urine and blood if necessary, better to find out
now than
wait until he is showing signs of being ill, ferrets tend to
hide things well.

p.s. stop the vitamins first and see if that clears it up,if
not go to the vet.
If ferret is on a good diet no need for vitamins, like humans,
but if you
still want to give them and it ends up the ones in the water
are the
culprit, how about a little ferretone a day?

Hi everyone, when I posted about Max's green urine, I mean
ferret vita -- sol vitamins in his water. Why would you take
him to the vets if everything else is normal? His behavior
is fine, sleep, eat, drink, play, a little underweight for
his length, but previously when he had his shots about a
month a go (first ones) he is 4, the vet said he was fine
and healthy. He wasn't peeing green then though. Thanks for
everyone's help from Max and Bandit's Mom.