Pharmacy

Anti-Parasite is to combat roundworms and whipworms, mites and lice in rabbits, guinea pigs, rats, chinchillas and ferrets.

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Anti-Parasite is to combat roundworms and whipworms, mites and lice in dwarf hamsters.

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Anti-Myiasis for preventing Myiasis (made disease) in rabbits and guinea pigs, caused by blue-green blowfly (Lucillia sericata).

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Anti-Parasite is to combat roundworms and whipworms, mites and lice in golden hamsters, gerbils and boeroendoeks.

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Anti-Fungal is a skin spray with Miconazole for guinea pigs, rabbits, rats and mice for the control of fungal infections (ringworm).

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Multi-Vit for rabbits and rodents contain 11 vitamins for the maintenance of normal skin and coat condition and contributes to the normal functioning of the immune system. Also includes the guinea pigs for essential vitamin C.

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Multi-+ Vit rabbits, rodents contain 11 vitamins for the maintenance of normal skin and coat condition and contributes to the normal functioning of the immune system. Also includes the guinea pigs for essential vitamin C.

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Vitamin C for guinea pigs is suitable as a daily source of vitamin C. Because guinea pigs it themselves not provide required daily.

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Anti-Scab 75ml is to fight (scab) mite. The first signs of a (scab) mite infection are red staining of the skin and severe itching. The skin swells and there occur open sores and scabs around the eyes and ears.

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Anti-Pest spray to combat pests such as flea / lice in rodents and rabbits and mites / lice in birds.

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Cavi-Vit contains all the important vitamins and has a positive effect on the immune system. Contains the guinea pigs essential vitamin C, which supports the bones and teeth.

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Cavi-Vit contains all the important vitamins and has a positive effect on the immune system. Contains the guinea pigs essential vitamin C, which supports the bones and teeth.

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