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Ivermectin 1% 10ml is a liquid spot-on for the control and treatment of mites and feather lice in large cage birds such as parrots and pigeons.

Brand

Pharmaq

Manufacturer

Zoetis

Species

Bird

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£29.99
Reference : PQ01001
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What is Pharmaq Ivermectin 1% 10ml Spot-on?

 

Ivermectin 1% 10ml is a liquid spot-on for the control and treatment of mites and feather lice in large cage birds such as parrots and pigeons.

 

The drops are easy to apply and can be used as a preventative measure as well as a treatment.

 

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

What are the benefits of using Pharmaq Ivermectin 1% 10ml Spot-on?

 

Suitable for pigeons and large cage birds.

Preventative measure as well as a treatment

Easy spot-on application

10ml

What is in Pharmaq Ivermectin 1% 10ml Spot-on?

 

Ivermectin 10mg/ml in a propylene glycol base.

How do I use Pharmaq Ivermectin 1% 10ml Spot-on?

 

The appropriate dose is measured at 1 drop per 500g of bodyweight.


Weighing the animal may be necessary to calculate accurate dosage.


Apply the appropriate dose on the back of the neck, between shoulder blades. Apply once per week for three weeks.

Manufacturing authorisation number:

ManA 11003

 

Please Note: This veterinary medicine is marketed in accordance with the SAES.

Is there any further advice I should know about Pharmaq Ivermectin 1% 10ml Spot-on?

 

PHARMAQ Ivermectin Drops 1% are only for use on pigeons and large ornamental birds. Do not allow the animal to swallow the product. 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.