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Ivomec Injection 1% 50ml Btl
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- Treatment and control of gastrointestinal parasites
- For cattle and swine
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Consult your Vet for assistance in the diagnosis, treatment, and control of parasitism. Indications: Treatment and control of gastrointestinal roundworms(including inhibited Ostertagia ostertagi), lungworms grubs, sucking lice, and mange mites in cattle. Treatment and control of gastrointestinal roundworms, lungworms, lice and mange mites in swine. Recommended dosage: Cattle: 1 mL per 110 lb body weight Swine: 1 mL per 75 lb body weight
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The dosage is 0.1 per 10 pounds. So if you have a 30 pound dog, you would give it 0.3. And you only give it once a month. I usually like to do it on the first of each month so it is easier to remember. And I would recommend giving it to all dogs at the same time, although heartworm disease is not spread from one dog to another.
It only takes one mosquito to bite your dog and with this product so cheap, there is no excuse for monthly preventation. FYI, heartworm disease is deadly and treatment is both expensive and risky for older dogs.
If you have any questions, please feel free to message me.
Disclaimer: Always ask about the dose from your veterinarian if you do this! Our shelter works very closely with our vet for introducing protocols or using medications off label.
This is an excellent solution for a dog with Demodectic mange. However, I strongly suggest discussing it with your vet before administering this on your own. The vet will help you find a proper dosage. When the dog is first started on the Ivomec, you begin with small doses and slowly increase dosage for a few weeks. After all this is a poison and your dog must build a tolerance. After about three weeks I began to see a huge improvement in my dog and within six weeks she was back to a full coat of hair. My vet told me some dogs can actually develop their own immunity to the mites and can be taken off the medication. I tried to remove my dog from the regimen after six months, but alas the damn creatures returned and she started to lose her fur again, so back on the stuff she went. Anyways, there are only two treatments for demodex. The approved method which is outrageously expensive and then there is Ivomec, which is not authorized but my vet even admitted to using it on her own dogs.
One final note: this is the exact medication (in much larger concentration) found in heart-worm preventative so if you are using this you do not need to waste money on the preventative. Some people use this as a heart-worm preventative on a non-demodectic dog. However, this is very concentrated stuff and you must keep the doses accurate. Please be safe with your dog.