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Marshalls Ferret Uncle Jims Duk Soup Mix

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Marshalls Ferret Uncle Jims Duk Soup Mix

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Product Summary:

Uncle Jim's Duk Soup

Marshall Uncle Jim's Duk Soup Mix is successful in stimulating ferrets' appetites, boosting their immune systems and regulating their digestive systems. A natural supplement for ferrets with ECE and Post-ECE, Duk Soup can be used as a paste or can be mixed with Furo-Vite or Furo-Tone for easy dosing. The perfect remedy for any ferret feeling under the weather.

Product Features: 
  • Helps regulate your ferret's digestive system
  • Ferrets "chicken soup"- perfect remedy for under-the-weather ferrets
  • Boosts immune system
  • Often used for ferrets with ECE
Item Specifications: 

Size:
4.5oz

Ingredients:

Chicken By-Product, Desiccated Chicken Liver, Primary Grown Yeast, Norwegian Kelp, Flaxseed, Micro Pulverized Bee Pollen, Garlic Concentrate, Cod Fish, Lecithin, Lactobacillus Acidophilus, Vitamin E, Vitamin A, Niacin, Biotin, Folic Acid, Vitamin B12, Vitamin C, Iron Sulfate, Copper Sulfate, Zinc, Potassium Iodide, Sodium Selenite.

Guaranteed Analysis:
Crude Protein, not less than:......34%

Crude Fat, not less than:...........16%

Crude Fiber, not more than:.........5%

Moisture, not more than:...........10%
Lactobacillus acidophilus (min) not less than....9 billion CFU/lb
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Good stuff, 10/4/2012

KATHLEEN KELLISON from Denver, Colorado

This is some god stuff. One of my ferrets used to have trouble eating and getting used to her new kibble, so I put this in dry, just a sprinkle, and she loved it! She now eats her food without it, but it's great to put in a couple times per week. My other ferret loves it too, but he doesn't like the gravy form as much as his sister does. My two fuzzies have different ways they like their Duk Soup prepared, but I've seen no objections to it being added dry to the food. =)

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Ferrets LOVE!, 6/24/2012

CAROLYN FAKTOR from Mobile, AL

My male ferret Marumo was starting to get kind of skinny and I've tried everything from canned catfood(he HATED it) to extra treats! I use Marshall Select Chicken Ferret Diet but he seemed skinny(where as my female, Sachi, actually is gaining weight lol)! I ordered this and he LOVES this! I've been using for 3 days and he is actually looking better! It is a lifesaver and must have for any ferret whose ill, feeling under the weather, or just needs a nutritional boost! Petsupplies.com has the BEST prices of any competetor! Thanks Marshall and Petsupplies.com!!!

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Amazing total LIFESAVER, 4/14/2012

Rachel B from Lansing IL

I bought this because my female really didn't eat or drink a lot , I was worried about her. So I bought this at petco for my female . Sabrina my ferret loved this although she wastes it a lot she doesn't eat a lot of this but she definitely gained weight and looks a lot more better!! .

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Great, 3/18/2012

Faye Parker from Hurst, Tx

Duk soup is wonderful for our two ferrets.. the only problem is keeping the cat out of it!!!

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awesome, 3/1/2012

holly from conowingo,MD

I soak this with their kibble and a jar of turkey baby food.. They all love it and it keeps their weight on.

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lovesss duk soupy time, 7/16/2011

roseanna from staten island, NY

our guy is a silver very picky eater wasnt so crazy about duk soup at first now he loves it i make we make it like a soup and licks the bowl clean forget it if we dont give it to him he looks for the bag and lays on it thank you duk soup my ferret has a chubby but now,lol love ittt

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Duk Soup Saves Lives, 4/27/2011

Tranque from Huntington, WV

My 1 1/2 year old adopted ferret is undergoing a relapse of ECE, which after two episodes of severe vomiting and diarrhea landed her in the animal ER for dehydration. She was always chubby until she came down with it the first time and has had trouble gaining weight, but when she began the dreaded wasting I did everything I could to get as much nutrition to her as possible. For a few days, she stopped eating, even her favorite treat, Ferretvite. I had to make her eat some of the Duk Soup she previously loved. Now that she's come around to eating again, I think the Duk Soup is responsible for her energy and helping her (slowly) put back a little weight. I mix the Duk Soup with a hefty portion of Gerber or Beech Nut chicken baby food and Ferretvite. If she's dehydrated, you can also use water with Ferret Aid electrolyte supplement to mix it up. All around, this is one of the best things for a ferret in crisis!

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Duck soup-Ferrets LOVE IT!!, 7/27/2010

Robin from Howell, NJ

First this is absolutely the BEST PRICE I have seen for years and I buy this all the time.This is the best stuff for ferrets. Not only when they are under the weather but all the time. I can tell you this has been a lfe saver to more than 1 of my rescue ferrets. It has all the right ingredients PLUS plenty of fluid as ferrets like to drink. This will help your ferret(s) be as healthy as possible. I give it at least every other day if not every day with about a teaspoon of corn syrup(for Adrenal issues) and a tablespoon or 2 of Turkey or Beef baby food from a jar. They will go crazy. Email me with issues rcrn5@verizon.net.

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GREAT product, 8/13/2009

Kyley from Tulsa,OK

My new ferret was very skinny when i got him (you could see every bone in his body) and so i ordered this product, the ferretvite, and ferret lax. I mixed alittle bit of all the products together added water and VUALA! My fuzzy was reluctant to try it at first but now he likes it very much! He is even getting his energy back and i have only given it to him once!!! Great product, Great price!!!

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I mix with broth, 8/13/2009

Ferret Parent from Dallas, TX

I boil a couple of organic chicken parts (usually wings with skin-on) and after they've cooked completely, I add the dry duk soup powder and make up a batch. I then put most of it in tiny containers and freeze it. I keep a small quantity in the refrigerator and the only way my ferrets with eat Duk (and I know they need it) is with a raw egg yolk (a little bit of Duk mixed in with the yolk). Always separate the egg white completely (use an egg separator) because raw egg white (cooked egg white is ok, though) contains a B-vitamin blocker called Avidin. I usually split the yolk mixture between both my two ferrets after I've mixed a teaspoon of Duk into it. Raw egg yolk makes a ferret's stool runny, so be sure he's getting plenty of his regular solid food to bulk it up. Good luck!

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