Category:Ectoparasites - Rabbit

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Ectoparasites in Rabbits

Take great care in the treatment of ectoparasites of small mammals because of the danger of toxicity to these species from pesticides and their vehicles eg fipronil (Frontine®: Merial) toxic to rabbits The preferred treatment for mites in very small mammals involves the topical use of pyrethrins (Ridmite® Powder; Johnson's – available from pet shops) and flowers of sulphur on affected individuals. Prevention involves avoidance of contact with other companion animals and wild species.

Pages in category "Ectoparasites - Rabbit"

The following 6 pages are in this category, out of 6 total.