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Posted on: 10:56:05 AM 9/30/2010

Hey to you, too, Scout!

That's good advice regarding contamination of the bottle. I always just draw up the med, cap the needle and remove it, then put the med on the food. That way I make sure that not...

Posted on: 9:31:24 PM 9/29/2010

While Scout helps you with the dosage and conversions, let me go a step further and say that I never inject anything into my dogs (except their annual vaccines.) I always add Ivomec to their food, usually early in the morning.

Posted on: 2:13:03 PM 9/28/2010

Awesome! Glad they are healthy.

As far as dosing them using an insulin syringe you will have to follow advice from others that use that method.

Posted on: 10:10:23 AM 9/28/2010

CC syringes and UNIT syringes (used to dispense insulin), are not the same. I have been a registered nurse for many years and we would never consider using an insulin syring to dispense anything other than insulin. CC's are a measurement of volume ...

Posted on: 9:47:33 PM 9/27/2010

No problem.

I highly discourage the use of insulin syringes to dose Ivomec; that of course is my personal preference. I use a 3cc syringe. For the 20 pound one I would just give about 4-5 drops. For the big guy, go just above the "1" ...

Posted on: 7:22:10 PM 9/27/2010

First things first.

What breeds are you speaking of here? Some herding breeds do not need to be given Noromectin or Ivomec in any form (other than the dose that is in HeartGard.)

Secondly, it's 1/10 (one-tenth) of a cc per 10 p...

Posted on: 10:16:22 PM 8/18/2010

Well...is "it" a boy or girl?

Posted on: 8:49:29 PM 8/18/2010

I only give her the TUMS with her morning meal. I have been doing this for about 10 years now.

Posted on: 7:14:08 PM 8/18/2010

Congrats on the litter. What breed of puppies do you have? If you are planning on having the dews removed, it needs to be done no sooner than 3 days and no later than 5 days.

Mom needs to be on a high quality puppy food and have plenty...

Posted on: 1:41:37 PM 8/18/2010

Hmmm...that was interesting.

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