Coccidiosis treatment for Ornamental Birds and Pigeons.
Liquid Coccidiosis treatment for use in water. Coccivet has much better activity against parasites than Sulphur treatments. Completely safe and very effective. Mixes easily in water.
Coccidiosis is a common disease of finches, canaries, budgies and pigeons. The parasite is passed from one bird to another via dropping contamination of food or water. Lethargy, diarrhoea; weight loss and sudden death are all signs of infection with coccidia. Young birds are most susceptible and the disease may present in many ways. Diagnosis is made by a veterinarian using examination of fresh droppings Coccidiosis is always worse during warm wet conditions. Regular removal of the droppings also helps to reduce the spread of the organism
Key features: Coccidiosis treatment with much better activity against parasites than Sulphur treatments. Completely safe and very effective. Mixes easily in water.
Recommended for: Treatment of Coccidiosis in pigeons and ornamental birds.
Can Be Used With: Coccivet should not be mixed with other products.
Directions: Mix 1 drop (0.05mL) in 30mL (1 fl oz) of water or mix 15mL of Coccivet in 10L of water and treat all birds continuously for 5 - 7 days. Remove all other sources of drinking water during treatment.
Repeat treatment as required.
Active Constituents: Amprolium 80 g/L, Ethopabate 5.1 g/L
|Indication||Treatment of coccidiosis in ornamental birds and pigeons by drinking water administration.|
|Precautions||First Aid If poisoning occurs, contact a doctor or Poisons Information Centre. Phone Australia 131 126.|
|Dosage and Administration||Mix 0.05 mL in 30 mL of water, or (for larger quantities) mix 15 mL of Coccivet in 10 L of drinking water. Remove all other water sources during treatment. Treat all birds continuously for five to seven days. Repeat as required.|
|Storage||Store below 30°C (room temperature). Protect from direct light. Store in original container. Reseal after use.|