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Re: How to administer Panacur horse paste to ornery skink


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Posted by T.B on April 06, 2003 at 23:52:48:

In Reply to: How to administer Panacur horse paste to ornery skink posted by naql on April 06, 2003 at 22:59:03:

Ivermectin is a very effective drug but with a much narrower margin of error then fenbendazole. The dosage must be quite precise and for this reason it is often not recommended for small reptiles (under a pound). The panacur can be mixed with food because, unlike a number of other meds, it has little taste. Every blue tongue that I have worked with has loved canned cat food as an occasional treat. I would try mixing the panacur paste into a small amount of that to administer it. What is the skink being treated for exactly?

T.B





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