>I have an albino ferret and I cannot seem to keep his coat white. His litter
>pan is changed daily and his bedding and cage are cleaned weekly. I also
>bathe him once every two weeks. I use ferret shampoo, but its not doing the
>trick. Is bathing him once a week too much? I read it diminishes their coat
>of essential oils. I've tried everything but White Out... any suggestions?
>Michelle & Joel
>Roswell & Soda
Duckie, my Albino(yes, really.) SO asks the following:
Do you smoke? If so, this could be effecting the colour of your
ferret's fur. Lots of sunlight or smoggy conditions will do that as
well. It could just be that you ferret really just has a yellow cast
to his fur and it wont get to a bright white.
I, the not albino elven one say:
You're bathing him too often. Its not good for their skin and it
makes them more stinky. Try changing his bedding more often and
bathing the actual ferret less often.
that's the news from here,
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