Cleaning up your ferret’s rat’s tail …
I wrote about one of my forum member’s experience with Ungvita to help with her ferret’s rat’s tail about a year ago so when Spook developed his rat’s tail a while ago, I decided to try the Ungvita to see if it really did work.
This picture shows Spook’s tail – as you can see, he had hardly any hair on it and whatever hair there was was very wispy …
so I went out and got a tube of Ungvita on May 17 and started to anoint his tail every day.
It took about 3 weeks but, as you can see from this photo, his tail is looking much hairier
Et voila … Spook’s magnificent tail taken just this morning
So, if your ferret has a rat’s tail, I’d recommend that you get a tube of Ungvita. It’s a Vitamin A cream so won’t hurt your ferret if he licks his anointed tail
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