Harkers 4 in 1 Tabs – Canker, Cocci, Worms, Parasite
Contains Diclazuril 2.5mg, Ronidazole 20.0mg and Ivermectin 0.5mg.
Dosage and Administration
For oral administration.
One tablet per pigeon should be placed directly into the mouth. To assist dosing, the pigeon should be held by a second person. The tablet should be gently pushed through the open beak and throat as far as possible into the gullet. All birds in the same loft should be treated simultaneously to prevent re-infection by untreated birds. All birds in the loft should be treated before feeding. At the time of treatment drinking troughs should be removed until two hours after treatments when they can be returned to the loft after thorough disinfection. Birds should be treated following transportation to shows or races where they may be exposed to contaminated cages, baskets etc.
For use in pigeons only.
NOT FOR USE IN PIGEONS INTENDED FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION.
Do not use during the main moulting season. Do not use during the hatching period. Do not use whilst the young birds are in the nest.
D not use in pigeons weighing less than 400g.
Do not use in animals other than those named. Serious reactions including some deaths have been reported in dogs (especially Collies, Old English Sheepdogs and related breeds). Do not use in tortoises and turtles.
Wash hands immediately after administration of the tablets to birds and after clearing waste from treated birds. If, after handling the product, irritation develops, wash the affected area thoroughly with water. Do not touch the eyes while handling the product. In case of accidental eye contact, wash the eye thoroughly with water. If irritation persists, seek medical attention.
The shelf life of this product is 5 years. D not store above 25°C. Store in a cool, dry place. Keep blister in outer carton. Keep out of sight and reach of children. Dispose of empty packaging and any remaining product in the household refuse. Excreta from treated birds should not be spread onto land used for growing crops.
In order to reduce the risk of re-infection following treatment, good management and hygiene practices are essential, in particular regular cleaning of the premises to remove pigeon excreta. If signs of disease persist or appear, consult your veterinary surgeon.