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From: "Sukie Crandall"
Date: 2008-07-08 15:11:29 UTC
Subject: [ferrethealth] Re: help with Black Poo,Verry quiet ferret

Pumpkin is not used as much in Europe. It is a close
relative to squashes so you might be able to use cooked
squash puree instead. I don't know. These are used for
fiber that holds water so I guess it might also be possible
that psyllium might work though I honestly don't know if
that is safe to use for ferrets. Okay, apparently it can
and here are some other fiber containing things that
the expert ref below says can be given when managing
a toxicosis situation so they's be safe: sweet potato
or bran cereal.

Chicken might be the most common food intolerance
that ferrets have to removing it from the diet to see
what happens could make sense. We've had one who
could not tolerate any poultry but he was rather extreme.
(That was Scooter.) A more extreme ferret who an FML
member told all about was RinkyDink. See the

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--- In, "firelasss" <firelass77@...> wrote:
> I'm finding it hard to get pumkin what sort would you suggest. carafate
> generic is sulcrafate thats right. I'm waiting on it getting here from
> the us its takeing ages but it was the only way i could get it. Still
> using the pepto till it arives. I was going to use turkey insted of
> chicken you think that would be better?


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