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Last night my ferret Carmen was vomiting uncontrollably. I tried regular pumpkin and she kept vomiting that up. Even when she had nothing left to come out she kept heaving like something was stuck. I gave her subq fluids for the night and let her rest. This morning I mixed some poopin pumpkin up for her. She kept that down and when I checked her poop at lunch time she had a long 2ft human hair that came out. I think if it hadn’t been for the PP she would likely have had to have foreign body surgery as she couldn’t keep anything down but the PP.

Anyone with ferrets knows they have a very sensitive digestive system. Too much stress, good or bad and they get diarrhea or some sort of tummy trouble. Poopin pumpkin was the best thing invented for ferrets ever. It helps settle upset stomachs, calms minor diarrhea, and pushes bad things out. I love it and as long as I have ferrets I will always have this on hand.

I have used Poopin' Pumpkin with my ferrets in the past, so when I adopted a very stressed out dog that came to me through a rescue that get her out of a hoarding/breeding situation, I just knew this was what I needed for her, too.

Pennie has been fighting diarrhea for the last 3 weeks and after 1 dose of Poopin' Pumpkin, I can already see an improvement. The support from rockycreaturecomforts.com is wonderful. I had questions and they were answered quickly and completely. Thank you so much!

I have used this for several years for my ferrets, my mother's dog who loves to destroy beds, and all of the cats in my family. Even if I suspect an upset stomach, I give some Poopin Pumpkin and it seems to perk them right up. It has come in handy for ferrets with diarrhea that are at risk of dehydration if it continues.

I bottle fed one of my cats since she was 12 hours old. She struggled to poop because formula is very hard on the digestive system! This was considered the norm for bottle babies. She would rarely go, became very bloated, but when she did go, she would literally scream and bleed. I added a small amount of Poopin Pumpkin to her bottles starting when she was 3 days old, and she was able to poop regularly and without screaming/bleeding. Nothing is sadder than a tiny kitten in pain. I recommend this to everyone, but especially animals being fed formula!