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May 2009 Product Spotlight, Dr. Marty's Organic Ferret Food By Sedona Pet Products

This contest has ended, and two lucky people won a bag of Dr. Marty's Organic Ferret Food from Sedona Pet Products!

Posted: May 1, 2009, 5 a.m. EDT

Dr. Marty's Organic Ferret FoodSedona Pet Products introduces Dr. Marty’s Organic Ferret Food, available in 4-pound bags. It was formulated by Dr. Martin Glinsky, a pet food nutritionist, and is the first organic ferret food on the market, according to the manufacturer. Made with more than 70 percent organic ingredients, Dr. Marty’s Organic Ferret Food is guaranteed to contain 42 percent protein. It’s made from a combination of chicken and grain proteins for a superior compliment of amino acids. It is one of the most palatable and nutrient-dense foods available for ferrets.

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This food is absolutely not suitable for a ferret as the main sources of protein are vegetable; ferrets can not digest vegetable based proteins. You will slowly starve your ferret by feed them this diet.
Mike, Chicago, IL
Posted: 5/28/2009 5:07:26 PM
This food is disgusting. I'm going to enter so I can throw it away and prevent any animals from being subjected to this food.
laura, sinking spring, PA
Posted: 5/25/2009 10:55:58 AM
From what I hear Dr. Marty has a PH.D, not a D.V.M.!! How does anyone with a PH.D know the proper nutrition for a ferret? I'm with Mandy on this one, we should all enter so no ferret is fed this. Next time offer a free bag of Evo Ferret. :)
Emilee, C., ME
Posted: 5/24/2009 1:31:40 PM
I would only enter to win this so that I could prevent a ferret from actually eating it. I agree with the other comment that it is not a nutritionally sound diet for any ferret and would be better suited to an omnivore than a carnivore.
Mandy, Metairie, LA
Posted: 5/24/2009 12:10:48 PM
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