Message Number: FHL11031 | New FHL Archives Search
From: "Jeff"
Date: 2010-02-27 20:52:26 UTC
Subject: Re: [ferrethealth] Adrenal Disease Treatment Question
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I believe that a melatonin implant (not oral melatonin) is worth trying, especially if you're talking about early adrenal disease. The implant is inexpensive and has no potential harmful effects, and while it may not help some ferrets, it does work very well for others. Our Baby Girl had rat tail and also thinning hair on her shoulders and base of her tail. She got her first melatonin implant about 3 months ago, and now she has the fullest and most beautiful coat she's ever had, by far. The only difference in her life is the melatonin implant. No other meds or diet changes. So, it can produce positive results in some, and is probably worth trying if you have early stage adrenal disease.

In Memory of Trinny, Neo, Pip, and Mr. Parker
Caring for Morphy, Baby Girl, Luna, Dozer, Sabrina, Minnie Mouse, Pop, and Possum the Million Dollar Ferret

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