Date: 2004-10-27 23:55:01 UTC
Subject: Re: [ferrethealth] Ferret Question
Do they have symptoms?
Have they been for a check-up and blood tests orother tests since the event?
http://www.napcc.aspca.org/ may prove a useful resource for you. You can check the articles thwy include first.
Companies are more often than many would expect good about answering such questions:
may be useful for you to search with
Here is one result when searching
as a possible concern so you can search for that compound in the ASPCA site above and elsewhere such as Google
Search tip: after you have your selection up if you can't find what you are seeking rapidly click on the "cached" button for that selection in your Google line-up. That will color highlight the words you are searching for. Then scroll down looking for the color to save time.
Googling on that compound and ferret finds among other stuff:
I don't know if the following will be of use since I haven't even skimmed it (short on time) but using Google this also shows up:
[DOC] July 14, 2000 / Vol
File Format: Microsoft Word 2000 - View as HTML
... Wild mammals, for example, any mammal that is not a domestic dog, cat, ferret, ungulate (cow, sheep, goat, pig ... d2-phenylphenol (ortho-phenylphenol) is fair.
www.vdh.state.va.us/whc/external_whc/ 2004%20CompendiumAnimalsinPublicSettings.doc -