Ferret Shampoo Original With Baking Soda
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Rating: 4.9

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Marshall Original Ferret Shampoo With Baking Soda Is Especially pH Balanced For Ferrets With The Gentlest Natural Cleaning System Available. Helps Control Odor And Enhances Skin And Coat. Gently Cleans Without Stripping Essential Body Oils.
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Rating: 5

Great shamppo

posted 6 years ago

This was a great shamppo for my ferret. It left him smelly good and a nice shiney silky coat. Just make sure not to bath to often it will dry out their coat. They need that oil on their skin.

Pros: Makes them smell great and nice coat

Cons: none

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Rating: 5

Smells good!

posted 6 years ago

Great product. Just don't use too often, because bathing dries out their coat.

Pros: great shampoo/conditioners

Cons: don't use it too much

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