MBD Treatment Kit - for Calcium Deficiency in Squirrels
- Ships within 24 hours
IMPORTANT: If your squirrel is showing any symptoms of MBD, you must begin calcium treatment immediately, even before your MBD kit arrives. Use Tums according to the Emergency Treatment for MBD, which you can find here: https://henryspets.com/emergency-treatment-for-mbd/
Our MBD kit includes everything you need to treat metabolic bone disease (MBD), a calcium deficiency that is common in pet squirrels and flyers who have not been eating blocks as part of their diet:
- Henry's Healthy Blocks-Picky Formula (our tastiest formula, to make it easier to get your squirrel eating a Healthy Diet)
- Pure calcium carbonate powder (100 g) for dosing the extra calcium needed.
- 1 3cc syringe for dosing calcium orally.
- Instructions for treating MBD and for changing the diet.
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My squirrel was much better once he began Henry's treatment kit. Thank you, Henry!
Amazing product helped my little baby with MBD
You guys were recommended by all the squirrel rehabber groups on Facebook and Instagram that I belong to or know. My little girl Peanut was having multiple mini seizures and I didn’t know what was wrong. I admit the main lady recommended several other items I needed at the time but I didn’t have the money to overnight all that. The calcium carbonate has worked great. Of course she is doesn’t want to take it but I figure out it at some point. I didn’t see any directions about the other two vitamin packages with it though and I was wondering if I could get some directions I. What to do and when with it.
These were fantastic and Oreo loved them!
This has been an immense help in dealing with MBD.
My squirrel had MBD and this kit saved him!! I followed the directions and I am happy to say that he is recovering. The people at Henry's were also super helpful in answering my questions. Absolutely fantastic product!!
My church rescued a baby squirrel, who's mother never returned for her. Even though I had no experience with squirrels, I've rescued many different types of baby animals throughout my life, so I volunteered to take her home. I was not aware of how many things that could go wrong. I was up day and night, with feedings, researching, calling anyone I could find for help, but they either didn't have room for her, or didn't have enough knowledge about it. Her health was deteriorating everyday, I was desperate. I found out about Henry's Pets from a squirrel rehab discussion board. I finally figured out she had developed MBD. I immediately ordered this kit, while giving tums in the meantime. She had good days and bad, she was definitely a fighter. The order finally arrived, and I was able to give her the treatment for one full day. Apparently she was too far gone by that point, and she passed away early the next morning. I was so upset, I wanted nothing more that to save her, however, caring for her was one of the most rewarding, interesting, sweet, and blessed times in my life. If I ever get the chance again, I will definitely take it. Thankfully I will be much more knowledgeable next time around. Henry's Pets offers a plethora of beneficial information and products to help a baby squirrel grow up healthy and thrive. Thanks Henry's!!
Recommended by our vet to cure a calcium deficiency problem with our pet squirrel.
My flying squirrel HATES the taste of the powders no matter what I mix them in to, but they made an immediate difference for her. Seriously, follow the directions for emergency treatment as soon as you notice MBD behaviors. Her reaction to the Tums (within 4 hours!) confirmed what was wrong, and I ordered this kit. When it came, her strong negative reaction to the powders meant cleaning out her stashes and following the directions was really important. I found drying out the little balls of medicated food (babyfood, nutbutters, yogurt, tried them all) helped in terms of getting them to a better texture. This kit was definitely what she needed.
I still don't know about the Picky Blocks. She absolutely loves grabbing them first thing, but I've noticed she doesn't actually eat them so much as she just...tears them apart. But she's enjoying herself? Jury's out on what they're doing for her.