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Mite Treatment Spot-On
All Large Birds Over 500g
Ivermectin 5ml
50 Drops

  • Use on: All Large Bird Species Over 500g
  • Eliminates & Prevents: Feather Mites, Skin Mites, Lice and Worms.
  • Contains 50 Drops: Providing multiple doses in one bottle.
  • Ivermectin Solution: Veterinary Strength Insecticide.

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£23.99

Introducing Mite Treatment Spot On Anti-Parasite

Introducing Large Bird Mite Treatment 5ml Ivermectin. This revolutionary product is both a treatment and preventative, use this treatment once per week for three weeks for current infections, then once monthly for preventative use.

For Treatment of:

Feather Mites, Skin Mites, Other Mites, Lice and Worms.

Application:

Part the feathers and apply to the back of the neck between the shoulder blades, covering as much skin as possible.

Dosage Rate:

One drop per 500g of bodyweight, once per week for three weeks for current infections, once a month when used as a preventative.

Contra-indications:

Do not allow the animal to swallow this product. Do not give to other animals in the home.

Store:

Not greater than 25°C Shelf Life

Warning:

Keep out of reach and sight of children

For Topical use only. For animal treatment only.

 

Help & Guidance

 

Where do mites come from?

Mites can enter a pet’s living space through various routes:

  • Mites can easily transfer from one animal to another through close contact and shared living spaces.
  • Mites may be present in soil, bedding, and other materials, can also be introduced to a pet’s living space through these sources.
  • Mites can be carried on clothing, shoes, or other items, posing a risk of transfer to pets through human contact.
  • Pet stores or breeders may unknowingly sell pets with mites or animals exposed to mites.

How can I help prevent mite infestations?

Preventing mites from infesting your pets can be achieved by following these tips:

  • Ensure you regularly clean your pet’s cage or living space and replace bedding or litter frequently to prevent infestations in dirty and cluttered environments. Take into account preventative treatments such as Naqua’s Large Bird Mite Treatment to deter mites from infesting your pets. Before introducing a new pet, quarantine them for a period and check for mites and other parasites. Engage in regular grooming, including brushing and bathing, to help remove mites and their eggs from your pet’s fur or feathers.

How can I tell if my pet has mites?

  • Excessive itching or scratching, especially around the ears, face, neck, and tail.
  • Redness, irritation, or inflammation on the skin or in the ears, which may lead to hair loss, scabs, or crusty lesions in severe cases.
  • Some mite infestations can cause dry, flaky skin or dandruff.
  • Mite infestations may lead to changes in behavior, such as restlessness, lethargy, or aggression.
  • In some cases, you may be able to see the mites themselves, particularly if they are present in large numbers, although some mites may be too small to see with the naked eye.

The treatment for mites depends on the type of mite and the severity of the infestation. Common treatment options include:

  • Topical medications, such as spot-on treatments, directly applied to the skin or fur, which work to kill mites and their eggs.
  • Oral medications prescribed for more severe infestations, killing mites from the inside out.
  • To prevent re-infestation, treat the environment where your pet lives, cleaning bedding, litter, also ensure the vacuuming of carpets and upholstery.

For persistent symptoms, consult a veterinary professional.

Where do lice come from?

Direct contact between infested and un-infested animals is one of the most common ways lice are

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