Contains high quality chicken, lamb, & egg protein for ferret health
Ferret diet has NO artificial preservatives, corn, wheat, soy, or added sweeteners
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Wholesome, premium ferret diet has ingredients important for complete ferret nutrition. Packed with protein from 3 different animal sources, our Signature Series Premium Ferret Diet is formulated especially for the obligate carnivore nature of ferrets. Plus, crunchy, round, naturally flavorful morsels appeal to even the pickiest ferret. We chose a new ferret food manufacturer and picked one with superior quality control, so you can rest assured that your ferret is getting the best, most consistent diet on the market today. Contains no artificial colors, or flavors. Also contains NO corn, wheat, soy, or added sweeteners. Check out our Signature Series ingredients and compare!
Not recommended for pregnant or lactating ferrets.
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Feeding Instructions: Intended to be your ferret's sole diet. Feed free-choice, as much as your ferret will consume in one day. Always provide fresh, clean water. Not recommended for pregnant or lactating ferrets. Wash hands after handling product.
How to switch your ferret to a new food
Ferrets imprint on their regular food, which means that they will often initially refuse all other foods. Attempting to switch your ferret's diet abruptly can cause your ferret to refuse all food, which can lead to gastrointestinal issues including diarrhea or possibly even gastric ulcers.
When you switch your ferret's diet, start by adding a very small amount of the new food to the old food. A good guideline to follow is a ratio of one part new food to nine parts old. Over a period of two to four weeks, depending on how quickly your ferret takes to the new food, slowly increase the amount of new food and decrease the amount of old food until the old food has been completely eliminated from the mix.
Don't be surprised if you see loose stool during the switch. A few loose stools are par for the course as your ferret's body adjusts to the new food. However, if the loose stool develops into regular diarrhea, contact your veterinarian.
Ferrets have a unique digestive system; therefore, their nutritional needs are different from those of other similar-sized animals. Be careful that the treats you offer do not compromise his diet and overall health.