- Product Dimensions: 19 x 1.5 x 13 cm ; 54.4 g
- Boxed-product Weight: 68 g
- Item Model Number: 111372
- ASIN: B00NQ4PBO2
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 21 September 2018
- Customer Reviews: 479 customer ratings
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 16,733 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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N-Bone 1.87 Oz. Ferret Salmon Flavor Chew Treats
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- Made In The Usa!
- Effectively Aid In Removing Tartar And Keeping The Teeth And Gums Healthy
- All Natural And No Artificial Colors Or Preservatives
- With All Natural Taurine
- Great Taste, Completely Edible And Digestible
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N-Bone Ferret Chew Treats are an all natural, edible and digestible chew treat for ferrets of all ages and formulated to be long-lasting.
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I am so glad it wasn't long ago that I heard of those sketchy Chinese pig ears that were killing people's dogs... The symptoms mimicked a liver intoxication... Turns out these are not safe for ferrets!!! It was the 4th day where he was fed one and he puked 4 times in one morning. Shakes, lethargy, everything. I have never been more scared in my life. PLEASE DO NOT FEED THESE TO YOUR PET.
I used to buy the regular (chicken flavoured) ones for my other ferrets years ago, and they loved chewing on them too. I had one ferret who had a nightly routine where he would come to see me just before bedtime and stare at (well, more like harass) me until I gave him his 1/4 piece of N-Bone, which he would gnaw away at then be happily off to bed.
I cut the sticks into quarters as they're made with corn and wheat (which isn't healthy for ferrets, since they're obligate carnivores) and eating too much can cause "seedy" poops as plant matter can't be digested. To avoid this, I don't allow the ferrets to have more than 1/4 of a stick per day. It's still a big enough piece for a treat.
If you have a ferret, I would recommend giving these (in any flavour) a try!
I have other treats he likes but this one he cannot resist