- And got the T-shirt
This is what it looked like: /www.amazon.com/Durvet-Ivermectin-Pour-1-Lt/dp/B000HHM6I0/ref=sr_1_7
On an unrelated note, I've found patches of white on the fleece. From what I've read, that's extra calcium in their urine. They are both young, under 6 mo. and I feed them blue grass hay and unlimited alfalfa pellets. So far veggie wise they've received lettuce and cucumber the most often, yellow pepper and celery, we just introduced carrots, and they received a few strawberry tops/leaves. So the calcium is coming from the pellets I assume. Do we just live with it for now since they are so young and should be on the alfalfa pellets?
Nibbles. Nibbles has an upper respiratory infection so she is also on Sulpha/Trimeth for 10 days.
The Ivermectin wasn't working, so we are now on Revolution once a month.
I can't post the dosages as my husband took it all home with him but that's it overall. So I'm off to read all the site has on antibiotics and what you do when your guinea is on them.
No appetite problems though giving them the medicine has been interesting. Callie has a huge mouth/cheek pocket. I can push almost the entire dosage in her mouth before she works on swallowing. Nibbles barely takes any before chomping and licking so it takes a while for her to get it all. Callie is an Aby and Nibbles is an American so maybe their heads are different shapes. Anyway, after a week of this both of them are becoming agitated with the syringe, and I can't blame them, so I'll be glad to get this done and behind us.