Help treat and prevent the formation of hairballs with Marshall Lax for the Prevention of Hairballs in Ferrets. Ferrets are fastidious groomers and can swallow large amounts of fur. But unlike cats, ferrets do not purge hairballs through vomiting. If left untreated, hairballs can cause intestinal blockage. Marshall Lax for the Prevention of Hairballs in Ferrets is lubricant specially formulated to treat and prevent the formation of hairballs in the intestine and stomach. It is safe and easy to use and tastes great too!
Great tasting internal lubricant to aid in the prevention and elimination of hairballs in ferrets
Help remove unintentionally ingested items that may pass through their system
Easy to administer paste can be given straight from the tube
Formulated by ferret experts and recommended by veterinarians
If left untreated, hairballs can cause intestinal blockage. Reduce risk of hairballs by brushing your ferret frequently
HAZARDS TO ANIMALS: Do not administer to ferrets less than 6 months of age. Use as directed. If vomiting persists, consult a veterinarian. WARNING: For use in ferrets only. Keep out of the reach of children and pets.
My ferret wouldn’t eat because of hair balls I used this one time and she is doing so much better I definitely recommend this
For Grandmas LittleTom
on Apr 2, 2020
My sons Ferret was throwing up a lot so he was recommended this product since using it LittleTom doesn’t throw up anymore !!!!!!!!
Don’t buy this
on Mar 22, 2020
This product contains molasses which a ferret can’t have. If you want your ferret to die of a young age keep giving this to them
Stinky little theif
on Aug 20, 2019
So I love my ferrets but OMG Nibbles! She used the cloths hamper and the wall to climb to the shelf and ran off with this. I think it was her at least... I'm blaming her. I had it 2 days and now I know I am going to find the case of it chewed like it was zombies and a cow. She didn't even like it untill the other ferret was eating it! Anywho, would buy again [sooner apparently], even my ferrets that don't like oil like this. Now that I think about it, it could be Rex.
-___- I've seen her on that shelf too.
My boys can’t get enough!
on Aug 8, 2019
My two ferrets would eat the whole tube of this if I let them! They absolutely love the taste and lick the spoon clean every time! Definitely works! But I don’t give them the recommended dosage. They just get it once a week. Anymore than that and they get diarrhea
on Nov 9, 2019Top 250 Contributor
Seems to serve its purpose and my ferret loves the taste.
on Jul 15, 2019
Both Louie and Josie LOVE THIS <3... They get excited when they see/smell it. Josie is blind so to see her be excited is always great :)
on Oct 20, 2018
Was the formula changed or something? My ferret used to love this but he hates it now. I actually ended up donating it. Just curious.
My ferret eats it like candy!!!
on Jul 5, 2018
This is a great product. It does what it says, help prevent hairballs, and its also good for his digestive system. Every time my ferret sees im going to give him some, he dont even wait for me to open the cap. Ive seen some comments about some stickyness, a little tip: always try to keep it refrigerated, specially in the summer, and try to shake it or squeeze it every now and then, cause if you dont and you let it sit, during the summer it will melt and it liquify at the bottom where the tube seals.
on Feb 19, 2018
This would be good for an emergency blockage. Other than that, the ingredients don’t seem to agree with a carnivore.