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James Wellbeloved Ferret Complete 2kg

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James Wellbeloved Ferret Complete 2kg

James wellbeloved Ferret Complete 2kg
Britain’s first complete dry food made specially for ferrets
High in meat protein, high in fat. Perfect for a ferret’s digestion.
Healthier than feeding raw chicks or cat food.
Less faeces, less smell. Smaller, firmer stools.
Stays fresh for days in the bowl, unlike raw meat or chicks.
Irresistibly tasty to a ferret. Made in their favourite star shape.
Widely recommended by clubs, National Ferret Welfare Society, International Ferret Welfare,National Ferret School.
Why is Ferret Complete healthier?Ferret Complete is the first British food formulated specifically for ferrets’ needs.
Since ferrets are carnivores, their primary protein source must be meat. But they have higher energy needs and a shorter digestive tract than cats or dogs. Plus their digestions are relatively inefficient at absorbing vegetable proteins. So ferrets derive little benefit from the corn and soya protein sources found in many cat and dog foods. By contrast, the main protein source in Ferret Complete is fine quality turkey meat meal, to give the correct higher protein level of 36% that ferrets need.
Fat is a principal source of energy for ferrets, so fat is a vital ingredient in their nutrition. Ferret Complete has a high fat level of 19%, derived mainly from turkey fat and fish meal. The food also includes ground whole linseed for soft, shiny coats.Up to now, many owners have fed their ferrets day-old chicks and raw meat. These attract flies and can rapidly go bad, causing stomach upsets. Plus, new evidence suggests that the egg white found in chicks can cause bald patches in ferrets’ coats. Much better to feed Ferret Complete, which stays fresh for days in the bowl. And produces firmer stools, easier for you to clean up.
To help maintain your ferret's health and longevity, we now add a natural source of M.O.S (Manno-Oligosaccharides). This helps to simulate your ferret's immune system, reduce the build up of pathogens such as salmonella and e-coli, and increase the beneficial lactobacillus.
Ferret Complete is loved by ferrets and recommended by experts.Ferret Complete is not only healthy and nutritious, it is also very tasty. Coated in delicious turkey gravy and made in their favourite star shape, it is irresistible to ferrets. The food is recommended by a wide variety of clubs, societies and rescue centres. Notably, National Ferret Welfare Society, International Ferret Welfare of Great Britain and the National Ferret School.
Pack sizes: James Wellbeloved Ferret Complete is available in 750g and 2kg bags, and 7.5kg and 20kg sacks.
Turkey meat meal, ground whole wheat, soya oil, herring meal, greaves meal, turkey gravy, poultry fat, sugar beet pulp, natural potato protein, full fat linseed, vitamins & minerals, extract of yucca, antioxidants natural vitamin E and vitamin C.
Typical Analysis: Protein 36%, Oil 19%, Fibre 2%, Ash 8.8%.
Kits: From 3 weeks, offer small amounts of food soaked till soft with warm water or broth,gradually decreasing liquid. Replace any uneaten damp food with fresh after a few hours. From 4 weeks, offer only dry food.
Up to 16 weeks: Free feed, allowing animals to clean out the bowls every 2 or 3 days to maintain food freshness. At this age, daily food consumption will be approx. 7% of body weight (e.g. approx. 35gm of food for 500gm ferret).
Adult Ferrets: Free feed, but restrict diet to approx. 5% of body weight if animals get too heavy (e.g. approx. 75gm of food for 1500gm ferret).
Final 2 weeks gestation/lactation: Free feed without restriction.
The above guidelines can only be approximate as requirements vary from animal to animal.
Supply plenty of clean fresh drinking water at all times. When switching from other foods allow 7 days for digestion to settle.

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