Amazon.com is no longer allowing Ivermectin to be listed on their site, due to some FDA issues. I discussed this at length with both Amazon and with KV Vet, and was not able to work out a solution with either one.
I am now selling Ivermectin directly via a third party seller -- Revival Animal Health. Revival has excellent customer service and very reasonable shipping. You can order Ivermectin from TLPM here.
Thanks for asking!
I started looking at urns, just to see what is available for smaller animals. This one is really unique:
It's also available in pink. Product information here.
My question is, would it be too insensitive to include this on TLPM?
- For Rocky
My vet offered a couple choices of boxes for the ashes. The box was included in the price of the cremation.
Personally, I find the .5cc syringe to be easier for dosing the small amount of Ivermectin...you just have to be careful not to poke the guinea pig with the needle when you put the drops behind the ears. But I can continue with the 1cc w/ removable needle if you guys think it's a better choice.
I plan to include 1 needled syringe and 3 un-needled syringes for handfeeding.
Would it be easy to transfer the Ivermectine from the 0.5 cc syringe to the 1.0 cc one once you have measured out the right amount of liquid? If so I think I would like to have the small syringe too.
In fact I would probably like to have the smaller one anyway because they could be useful to take blood samples from pigs with if the needle is thin enough. And they seem difficult to get here - I have already tried. Do you know how thin the needle is? The thinnest I can get here without buying a pack of 100, is 0,4 mm (millimeter).
I'd think transferring from the .5cc syringe to a 1cc syringe would be pretty difficult. To keep things simple, I'll probably just stick with the 1cc syringe with removable needle that I have offered in the past. Although I personally like the .5cc syringe better, I'd hate to be indirectly responsible for someone jabbing their piggie. ;-)Would it be easy to transfer the Ivermectine from the 0.5 cc syringe to the 1.0 cc one once you have measured out the right amount of liquid?
They were just putting them on the display shelf (along with other new critters...I was tempted to also get the hammy). "Rufus" looks much better on my computer monitor, although I may have to build him a tiny C&C when I get home from work.
If anyone is interested and can't find Schleich locally, I have him listed on TLPM.