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Pharmaq Ivermectin Spot-On Drops

  • 0.1% Small Ornamental Birds » 10ml Bottle £15.75
  • 1% Large Ornamental Birds » 10ml Bottle £29.30
  • 1% Small Animals » 5ml Bottle £18.65

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Ivermectin Spot-On Drops are used to treat small animals and birds for mites and feather lice. The drops are easy to apply and each bottle contains a full course of treatment for 50 birds. Pharmaq Ivermectin can be used as a preventative measure as well as for treatment.



Ivermectin 10mg/ml in a propylene glycol base.


Ivermectin 1mg/ml in a propylene glycol base.

Directions for use


  • 1% - 5ml - For rabbits, guinea pig, ferrets and rats.
  • 1% - 10ml For large ornamental birds.
  • Small Animals (500g) - One drop
  • Guinea Pig (1kg) - Two drops
  • Ferret (1kg) - Two drops
  • Small Rabbits (1kg) - Two drops
  • Medium Rabbits (2kg) - Four drops
  • Large Rabbits (Over 2kg) - Six drops

Apply the appropriate dose (one drop per 500g bodyweight) on the back of the neck, between the shoulder blades, once per week for three weeks. Do not allow the animal to swallow the product.


  • 0.1% - 10ml - For small ornamental birds.
  • 50g - One drop
  • 100g - Two drops
  • 200g - Four drops
  • 400g - Eight drops

Apply the appropriate dose (one drop per 50g bodyweight) on the back of the neck, between the shoulder blades, once per week for three weeks. Do not allow the animal to swallow the product.


If signs of disease persist beyond 7 days, or reappear, then advice must be sought
from a veterinary surgeon. Do not use in animals other than those indicated. Serious reactions, including deaths, have been reported in dogs (especially Collies, Old English Sheepdogs and related breeds), tortoises and turtles treated with products containing the active substance.

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How often should I use Ivermectin

12th Oct 2015
Mandy Pilling
  • VioVet Customer Since: December 2012
  • From: Lancashire, United Kingdom

How often should I apply Ivermectin as a preventive method?

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

This depends on the level of risk which will vary from one location to another. Many people do not use anything like this at all unless there is a new reason to. More usually people will look for signs of trouble and then treat accordingly at the first signs.

Egg withdrawal.

14th Sep 2015
Frances Girling
  • VioVet Customer Since: September 2015
  • From: Devon, United Kingdom

I have a chicken with a bad infestation of lice. I was considering using ivermectin spot on to treat it. I want to know what length of egg withdrawal I should use if I treat all the birds.

Danielle Cousins
  • Category Manager, Own Brand & E-SQP

Unfortunately, there isn't an ivermectin based product licensed for use in chickens, so in order for us to be allowed to supply it, you would need to speak to your vet and ask for a prescription. Your vet would be able to advise you of a suitable withdrawal time for the product but the eggs shouldn't be sold or given away to friends.

If you wanted to try a product approved for use in chickens first, Johnsons Poultry Mites & Lice Powder would be a good place to start. This can be used on the chickens and the coop, and you can continue to eat the eggs after and throughout treatment if you wish.