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Q.  How do I feed Nutri-Cal to my ferret?
A.  Nutri-Cal has an irresistible taste... just place the recommended amount of gel on your finger, on the animals paw or mix with food and watch them eat!


Q.  My ferret has been sick and has lost a lot of weight. Should I feed him something special?
A.  Stressed or debilitated animals, those recovering from illness, surgery or whelping, aging animals or just plain picky eaters can all benefit from Nutri-Cal.


Q.  What does Nutri-Cal contain that is so beneficial to my ferret?
A.  Nutri-Cal is packed with vitamin A, D & E, Phosphorus, Thiamine, Calcium, Manganese, Iodine, Potassium, Iron, Folic Acid, Riboflavin and other essential ingredients.


Q.  Why should I use Nutri-Cal?
A.  Nutri-Cal is a calorie supplement that provides extra energy in an easily digested, low volume gel. Most importantly, for over 50 years Nutri-Cal has been successfully used for stressed or debilitated animals, those suffering from illness, surgery or whelping, aging animals or just plain picky eaters. Nutri-Cal is Veterinary recommended and can be used to “energize” picky eaters.


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