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Posted by geeboo on May 12, 2003 at 20:12:11:
In Reply to: There is a very wide margin.... Also Depends On posted by LeosAnonymous on May 12, 2003 at 19:38:43:
:The recommended dosage for Panacur is 25-50 mg/kg according to "Understanding Reptile Parasites" by Dr. Roger J. Klingenberg...
:It really isn't safe to give her a cc/gram amount because she may come across different concentrations of Panacur. (although Panacur is EXTREMELY safe)
:Most pastes or suspensions you come across will be 10%, but that is not to say there aren't other concentrations out there.
:If you go by 50 mg/kg, a 50 gram animal would only need .025 cc of the 10% (100mg/cc) Panacur per treatment.
:My local herp vet dosages at 100mg/kg, or .05 cc for a 50 gram animal, once again using the 10% suspension.
:Hope this helped.
:-Ross Payan - www.LeosAnonymous.com