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  • Vetafarm Lady Gouldian Finch Ronivet 12% -  25g - Avian Parasitic - Avian Medication - Lady Gouldian Finch Supplies
  • Vetafarm - Lady Gouldian Finch Ronivet 12% - 100g - Parasitic - Avian Medication - Lady Gouldian Finch Supplies
Vetafarm Lady Gouldian Finch Ronivet 12% -  25g - Avian Parasitic - Avian Medication - Lady Gouldian Finch Supplies

Vetafarm Ronivet 12%

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    Vetafarm Ronivet 12%

    Vetafarm Ronivet 12% is a commonly used medication in Finch and Canary keeping and especially with lady gouldian finches. Protozoa are easily exchanged in the cage thru contaminated food or drinking water. Apple Cider Vinegar or Saniclens can help keep the water cleaner longer and may be helpful in deterring reoccurance.

    Guaranteed Analysis: Ronidazole 120mg/g (12%)

    Directions: 1 teaspoon per gallon of fresh drinking water for 14 days when disease (Trichomoniasis) is present. Mix fresh solution daily. Remove all other water sources when treating.

    Notes: Canker (Trichomoniasis) treatment
    Label says 1 tsp per 2 gallons... this is incorrect. 12% is 1 tsp/gallon

    Storage & Availability: Store below 30C (room temperature)in a dry place..

    These protozoan infections are very serious and a common cause of hatchling, young and adult bird deaths. These single cell parasites are present in most birds kept in captivity and become active and very destructive during the breeding season. These infections can only be controlled and not eradicated with the use of drugs. The main sign's are watery/runny droppings in your adult birds which is a yellowish green color and at times contain undigested seed, dirty feathers around the vent (bottoms), molting problems and apathy. It's best to treat your birds prior to the breeding season and usually again during and throughout the breeding. This product may be used as often as needed and will not harm hatchlings or young birds.