Message Number: FHL9918 | New FHL Archives Search
From: Suzette
Date: 2009-09-21 14:47:32 UTC
Subject: [ferrethealth] Reply to a post about stools and food [rcvd w/out a subject]

Hi ,
=A0So glad you have taken her out of that situation , you should be keeping=
her away from your ferrets for now to make sure she is healthy ( at least =
a months time ), if her poop in the cage when you picked her up looked norm=
al, and is a bit runny now , it is probably just stress , but i still would=
nt take any chances with that until she is checked bye a ferret knowledgeab=
le vet.
=A0And as far as her eating goes you need to be mixing the food she was eat=
ing with the food that you feed your ferts little bye little until she is a=
ll the way off of the old food that she was eating , Im sure you will see s=
ome changes in her stool just from having different food , her body will ha=
ve to adjust to it.
her hissing will be normal for=A0 awhile until she is used to the others, b=
ut like I said earlier she really shouldn't be in contact with them as of y=
et at all, I know it is hard, but it really is a must! Good luck at the vet=
s and with your new babie

=A0Suzette Schumaker


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