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Injured baby duckling!! Help!!

Discussion in 'Ducks' started by sydney202, Apr 17, 2015.

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    Also make sure you get the one that does not have iron.
     
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    Where do

    Where Do you get that? And I don't even know What breed it is. :/
     
  3. sydney202

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    Pharmacy or grocery store in baby medicine section!
     
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    And for dosage I only did a quarter of the suggested baby dose since the duckie is so small.
     
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    Will this one work? Walmart didn't have the other one
     
  6. Amiga

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    That is a vitamin D supplement, not an electrolyte supplement.
     
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  10. sydney202

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    I do not know if that has niacin in it therefore I'm not sure if it will help. Niacin is a vitamin b and as someone else stated I think this is vitamin d.
     

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