$34.95 to $280.95
Ivermectin 1% Sterile Solution
Wormer for the control of mature and immature stages of internal and external parasites, including many species of gastrointestinal roundworms, lungworms, grubs, sucking lice and mange mites in cattle.
Not cleared for female dairy cows of breeding age. 35-day slaughter withdrawal for cattle.
One low-volume dose effectively treats and controls the following internal and external parasites that may impair the health of cattle:
Not Labeled for Goats
IVOMEC® and IVOMEC® Plus are active against (Dictyocaulus viviparus) and (Ostertagia ostertagi) for 21 days after treatment and (Haemonchus placei), (Trichostrongylus axei), (Cooperia punctaia), (Cooperia oncophora) and (Oesophogostomum) radiatum for 14 days after treatment in cattle.
Except during specific promotions, as advertised, Ivomec Injectable DOES NOT INCLUDE the Injectable Gun nor does the Injectable Gun (M0-S7) include any Ivomec Injectable.
Any use of a product that is not clearly defined on the label directions should be done under supervision of a qualified veterinary professional.
"use in rabbits"
You can use this in rabbits. That is the correct dosage for use in rabbits or guinea pigs. It works wonders for mites and lice. I have used this product at that level for twenty one years.
"Most economical heartworm preventative for dogs!"
According to my vet, the correct dose for dogs is 1/10th of a cc ( ml )or .1 PER 11 lbs of dog's weight. I have used this method of heartworm preventative every month for ten years with 100% success. The dose for the rabbit sounds like a HUGE OVERDOSE. a 5 LB rabbit would only need 1/20th of a ml or cc. if this is even an appropriate medication for rabbits. It is TOXIC to cats and should never be given to them.
Being part of a dog rescue group and many dogs going thru our rescue we use this as the monthly heart worm treatment for the dogs, including my personal dogs under Vet supervision. HOWEVER: The dosage is 0.1 ml per 10 lbs or 1/10th of a cc per 10 lbs that is a 50 lb dog would get 1/2 a ml. or 0.5 cc.
Correction: 1/10 of a ml per lb. for a rabbit given once then repeat in 7 days. Sorry for the confusion.
Rose, that seems awfully high for a rabbit. For dogs, it's only .01cc per pound! My *100 lb* dog gets 1cc! Please, everyone, check your math. You can kill or cause serious liver damage with an overdose.
"saved my rabbit"
Though not labeled -Given orally saved my rabbit from Encephalitozoon cuniculi. Can also be used for fur mites. Orally at the rate of 1 ml per lb. Great product!
I have used this product for a long time. When ordering just becareful you are ordering the wormer and not the gun. I just made this mistake. OUCH!
This is a great product. And the price is the lowest I've found from any vendor. While it doesn't kill every parasite, it kills 90% of what are a problem in my area. I would definitely recommend this product to anyone who has livestock. It is a thicker suspension so you need to use a larger gage needle for it.