The ferret is the domesticated form of the European polecat, a mammal belonging to the same genus as the weasel, Mustela of the family Mustelidae. They typically have brown, black, white, or mixed fur.
After Chica’s treatment, I was contacted to help a ferret that suffered from extreme dryness in the skin and lack of fur.
I prepared an adequate mix (animals are extremely sensitive to essential oils and therefore both the oils and the mix must be prepared accordingly) and I informed the owner that the results should be clear in about 3 weeks. This is the picture of Misifusa before the treatment:
This is the picture of Misifusa after 6 days (6 days!!) using the oil mix prepared for the treatment:
Both the owner and Misifusa are extremely satisfied with the fast and notorious results of the usage of the blend of vegetable and essential oils that were chosen to solve this case.
Even though there are not yet conclusive investigations, I have noticed that often pets with white fur have the skin and the fur more sensitive. Possibly due to the color. I know some white cats that have the same problem as Misifusa in the pawns, snout and/or ears. Essential oils can help our four-legged friends.
Note: Essential oils must be used by experienced people, because they are highly concentrated and also because pets are EXTREMELY sensitive to its compounds. Please take contact for further information. Thank you!
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