Nematode Parasites Treatment: Milbemycin
Using Milbemycin proves useful in most turtles.
Reptiles Nematode Parasites Treatment: Fenbendazole
How to treat nematode parasites in reptiles.
Protozoan Parasites Treatment :Metronidazole (Flagyl)
Protozoan parasites are very common in reptiles and consist of unicellular organisms, which for the most part can be observed only with a microscope.
Nematode Parasites Treatment: Ivermectin
Ivermectin can be administered to most reptiles several ways and is safe for gravid females.
Understanding Reptile Parasites
Parasites Treatment for Reptiles
Protozoan Parasites Treatment : Sulfa Drugs
Sulfadimethoxine, sulfamethoxine, and trimethoprim sulfa are the current drugs of choice for treating coccidian infections in reptiles.
External Parasites Treatment for Reptiles: Pyrethrins and Permethrins
The key to using this group of insecticides in reptiles is to avoid spraying if possible, allow for adequate ventilation, and limit the dosage used.
Reptile Lifeless and Gasping
My reptile is unable to keep his head up and move his front legs. He drank some water out of a syringe but is too weak to move. I don’t understand how this could have happened to him over night.
Reptiles, Candles and Incense
Are things like incense and candles harmful to reptiles and amphibians?
Reptiles Nematode Parasites Treatment: Levamisole
Levamisole is an imidazothiazole anthelmintic that is very effective against nematode parasites.
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