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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Product Reviews by Customers

Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 17 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by GREAT product 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!!! August 13, 2009
Rated 4 out of 5 by I mix with broth 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! August 13, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by Ferrets Love it!!! My new little fuzzy got sick and this soup mix fixed him right up. I had to give him antibiotics and he wouldn't take the meds unless it was in the duk soup. May 5, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by Awsome !!! I have an elderly ferret that had lost alot of weight and would not eat. At first he would not eat the duck soup. But after I started feeding it to him in a syrgine he loved it. I now mix it in a bowl into a soup and he eats two bowls a day. He has put on weight and is back to his old self. I would reccommend this for anyone. March 29, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by AMAZING STUFF I used this stuff when my already petite ferret got sick and started eating less. This helped her and in no time she was healthy as could be. But thats not all! I had an old rat that was getting weak and quit eating. We assumed she was not going to live much longer. I fixed her a 2 bowls a day of this soup and it was all she would eat. It helped her put her weight back up and added another 2 months to her life (quite good for a rat) March 18, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by great product!! Hi, i bought this product and had no idea what was in it i was thinking why does it have these things in it???, and what is this stuff any way??? well when i got home i gave it to my ferret and he loved it!! so i sprinkle it on it's food and sprinkled it all over it's cage and walks around all day and is exercing every day i love this stuff for my ferret and you'll want to by it too now!!!!:) March 10, 2009
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great product -how to make more palatable I had a sick little dehydrated rescue ferret that I could not get to eat hard food, and she would not put on weight. I tried to feed her the duck soup but she didn't want to eat it. I squirted in some Ferretone and boy, now she DIVES into it!!! What a difference in her weight and energy too! Great product, does what it is supposed to, and with the Ferretone even my healthy ferrets try to sneak some! February 24, 2009
Rated 2 out of 5 by This product is not for every fuzzy baby! I tried this product with my male ferret and he would not even eat his food with the Duk soup on it! I tried for a whole week, and he still would not eat his food or the duk soup separate! But I tried another product 8in1 FerretVite; My ferret LOVES this product! So I guess Duk soup isn't for every fuzzy! February 11, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by need a larger contianer This is by far the best for sick ferrets and ones with digestive problems. we have one that is paralyzed and can only eat duck soup. so i need to find it in a larger contianer. February 10, 2009
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