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I have used scatt and s76 (not at the same time) I just haven't seen much improvement. Will this product be better in getting rid of air sac mites? I have a finch and a canary that suffer.
We have found this product to be superior at getting rid of mites.
Is this product ok to use with a variety of parrots and parakeets together of different sizes, from ringneck doves to parrotlets and budgie size. Is the dose the same for all the sizes of birds, because they are all out flying together and going in each others cages.
Yes this is safe for all birds, as long as they do not have access to water that does not have Ivermectin in at, as this would throw off the dosage.
Can I use this on birds I'm not 100% sure have sac mites? Will it be safe if I treat them and they don't have mites?
This is used for Birds and can be used as a preventative, so it is safe even if they don't have mites.
If I use scatt and then wait one week to use ivermectin is that ok? If not how much longer should I wait before using ivermectin ?
Only use 1 product, as either product is a poison and to much can kill your bird. So never use both.
My caged doves and pigeons may have mites. They are scratching.
Ivermectin in the drinking water will work perfect for this.
I have 4 budgies currently, 2 of which are suffering from severe mites, I have been trying everything to try and get their condition to get better but I haven’t seen any improvement, I recently purchased scatt and administered them their first dose, is it okay for me to initiate them on this too or is that dangerous?
No that would not be safe, to much mite treatment for your bird at one time can be fatal.