Ivermectin for Large Birds 1% Spot On

Ivermectin for Large Birds 1% Spot On
Our Price:  £18.49

Ref:  AA4809

Ivermectin 1% 5ml Drops for Large Ornamental Cage Birds

  • A topical fast acting solution for the control and treatment of feather lice, ear & mange mites.
  • Easy to apply with the dropper bottle nozzle, the solution contains a POWERFUL endectocide called Ivermectin that will target parasites that are both inside and outside of your bird.
  • 3 week treatment in one bottle.
  • Vet Strength Product - Fast Proven & Safe Treatment.
  • We advise Naqua Ivermectin 1% is used as a preventative treatment on a monthly basis to prevent your pet from reinfection of parasites.
  • It is advisable to treat any pet you introduce into the colony before introduction to prevent infections of your other pets
  • Manufactured in Kent by UK pharmaceutical company Naqua in our government approved facility.
  • Effective against roundworms, feather lice, red (blood) mites, feather mites, air sac mites and mange mites (scaly face) for up to 4 weeks after treatment.

Product description

Ivermectin Drops 1% 5ml are only for use on Ornamental Cage Birds over 500g. For treatment of feather, ear & mange mites, and lice. Do not use in animals other than those indicated. Naqua Pharmaceuticals Ivermectin 1% drops may also be used to prevent reinfection or prevent/reduce the chance of introducing mites/lice into your colony. We advise you treat any new birds etc before you introduce them into your colony. Additionally, if or when your pet is in close contact with other birds from outside your colony.

Legal Disclaimer

This veterinary medicine is marketed in accordance with Schedule 6 of the Veterinary Medicines Regulations - Exemptions for small pet animals.

Information about parasites

Birds can have problems with bugs and other things that make them sick. Some common problems include lice, mites, scaly leg, red mite, and air sac conditions.

Lice are tiny insects that don't have wings and like to eat the feathers, skin, and blood of birds. This can make birds very itchy and can even make them sick. To get rid of lice, you can use special medicine that is made for birds and clean the bird's home really well.

Mites are another kind of bug that can make birds sick. They can cause birds to lose their feathers and feel itchy. To treat mites, you can use medicine that goes on the bird's skin or that they can eat.

Scaly leg is a condition that can happen to birds' feet and legs. It makes the skin thick and crusty, which can be very painful for the bird. Scaly leg is usually caused by mites, so it's treated with the same kind of medicine used for mites. You also need to remove the crusty skin by softening it with oil and wiping it off.

Red mites are bugs that suck the blood of birds and can make them really sick. They come out at night and can cause anemia, which is when there isn't enough blood in the bird's body. To get rid of red mites, you can use special medicine and clean the bird's home really well.

Air sac conditions are problems with the part of a bird's body that helps them breathe. It can make it hard for birds to breathe and can make them cough or make a whistling sound when they breathe out. There are a lot of things that can cause air sac problems, like infections or injuries.

If birds have lice or mites, there is a medicine called ivermectin that can help get rid of them. But the amount of medicine they need depends on what kind of bird they are and how bad the problem is.

Birds that are kept in cages can sometimes get mites. Mites are tiny bugs that like to live on birds and suck their blood. These bugs are very small, so you might not be able to see them with your eyes.

There are different ways that cage birds can get mites. One way is by being in contact with other birds that have mites. When a bird with mites is near other birds, the mites can crawl onto the other birds and start living on them too.

Another way that cage birds can get mites is through their environment. If the cage or birdhouse is not cleaned regularly, mites can start living in the bedding or the corners of the cage. When the bird comes into contact with the mites, they can crawl onto the bird and start living on them.

Sometimes, mites can also be brought into the cage on things like toys or perches that have been used by other birds that have mites.

To prevent cage birds from getting mites, it's important to keep their environment clean and tidy. This means cleaning their cage regularly and getting rid of any old bedding or toys that might have mites. You can also use special sprays or powders that kill mites to help keep the cage and the bird clean.

If you think your cage bird might have mites, it's important to use Naqua Ivermectin , a special medicine that gets rid of the mites. Mites can make birds very uncomfortable and sick, so it's important to take care of them if they have them.

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