Ivermectin Drops 1% 5ml

Ivermectin Drops 1% 5ml

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Ivermectin Drops 1% 5ml

PHARMAQ Ivermectin Drops 1% 5ml are only for use on rabbits, Guinea pigs, ferrets, chinchillas and rats.

Use these Ivermectin Drops for the control and treatment of fur, ear and mange mites and lice in rabbits, Guinea pigs, ferrets, rats and chinchillas

Liquid Spot-On containing 10 mg/ml Ivermectin in a propylene glycol base for topical administration in small domestic companion animals e.g. rabbits, Guinea pigs, ferrets and rats

Dosage and administration:
See dosage guide below. PHARMAQ Ivermectin Drops are very easy to apply with the dropper nozzle. Apply the appropriate dose (one drop per 500g bodyweight) on the back of the neck, between the shoulder blades, once per week for three weeks.

SPECIES                                 BODYWEIGHT      AMOUNT TO USE
Small mammal (e.g. rat)                    500g                      1 drop
Guinea Pigs, ferrets & small rabbits     1kg                      2 drops
Medium rabbits                                  2kg                      4 drops
Large rabbits                              Over 2kg                      6 drops 
 
PHARMAQ Ivermectin Drops can also be used prophylactically to prevent reinfestation. To reduce the chances of mites/lice being introduced into your colony, it is advisable to treat any new rabbits or Guniea pigs that you introduce into your colony, or whenever your pets may have been in close contact with other rabbits/Guinea pigs e.g. shows.

No data available on the use of PHARMAQ Ivermectin Drops during pregnancy or lactation; do not use on pregnant or lactating animals.

Do not use in animals other than those indicated. Serious adverse reactions, including deaths, have been reported in dogs (especially Collies, Old English Sheepdogs and related breeds), tortoises and turtles treated with the active substance. If signs of disease persist beyond 7 days, or reappear, then advice must be sought from a veterinary surgeon.





 

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