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Working to promote and maintain good health and key resistance to ailments, this is a solid all round supplement for your tiny pets. Suitable for hamsters, guinea pugs and other small animals.
Beaphar Fly Free will also kill fleas, ticks and lice
Please note that this product contains Permethrin, which can be fatal to cats.
To prevent cats becoming accidentally exposed to the product you MUST keep treated animals away from cats for 72 hours after the treatment.
It is important that cats do not groom the site of application on another animal which has been treated with this product.
Seek veterinary advice immediately if this does happen.
Great care should be taken when treating an infected animal, which should be isolated from others. Also for this reason, gloves should be worn when handling and during treatment.
Quantity : 1 x 50ml spray
Please note that this product was formerly known as Beaphar Anti Fungal Spray for Small Animals 50ml
Certain herbivores, in particular rabbits can have an extremely sensitive gut when ill and this can lead to secondary problems. Lack of appetite and not feeding regularly can lead to gut stasis, so it is vital to provide these sick animals with an alternative source of nutrition with high fibre levels to prevent irreversible damage. This product also rehydrates the patient.
Product specifications at a glance:
Recovery is suitable for rabbits, guinea pigs, chinchilla, degus and other small herbivores that require a high fibre diet. Mix one sachet (20g) of Recovery with 90ml of warm water per kg of bodyweight per day. Feed small amounts at regular intervals throughout the day. Guinea Pigs and Degus will require vitamin C supplementation.
This is a particularly nasty condition that can affect rabbits or guinea pigs with damp or dirty fur. Green Bottles lay their eggs in the fur, where they hatch into larvae and migrate down into the skin. Following their moult the larvae then start to eat their way into the body tissue. Not only does this cause distress and discomfort to the rabbit, it can also cause blood-poisoning, which can in some cases be fatal.