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Xeno 200 Parasite Treatment

  • 50ml Spray £41.50

Xeno 200 is an easy to use spray which is remarkably versatile and effective. It acts against a wide range of internal and external parasites which affect rabbits, guinea pigs, rodents, ferrets, birds and reptiles. Xeno 200 contains ivermectin, the tried and trusted parasite treatment which can be used in many species of animal to treat intestinal round worms and hookworms as well as surface-living parasites on the skin such as fleas, lice and mites. The active ingredient in Xeno 200 will absorb through the skin and travel in the bloodstream to kill off parasites around the body.
Xeno 200 is toxic to chelonians and so should not be used on tortoises or turtles. See the table lower down for more information on use.

XENO 200 Spray is only for use on rabbits, guinea pigs, ferrets, rodents reptiles and birds. 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 the active substance.
Special precautions for use
If you are uncertain about the condition of your pet, consult a veterinary surgeon. If symptoms persist, consult a veterinary surgeon.Use during pregnancy, lactation orlayNo data available. Do not use in pregnant and lactating animals.InteractionsNone known.Amounts to be administered and administration routeIn order to apply a correct dosage it is essential to accurately weigh the animal. Your veterinary practice can help you to do this. Using the table below calculate the correct amount of XENO 200 Spray to use and how many pump actuations you should give.

XENO 200 Spray - Dosage Table
SPECIES Remarks Dose rate AMOUNT TO USE(number of pump actuations)
Rabbits, Guinea pigs and Ferrets 400µg/kg bodyweight 1 pump per 100g bodyweight (0.2ml)10 pumps per kg bodyweight (2ml)
Small Rodents Do not use in animals under 100g bodyweight 200µg/kg bodyweight 1 pump per 200g bodyweight (0.2ml)
Reptiles DO NOT USE IN Tortoises, Turtles, Terrapins, Indigo Snakes or Skinks 200µg/kg bodyweight 1 pump per 200g bodyweight (0.2ml)5 pumps per kg bodyweight (1ml)
Birds Do not use in animals under 100g bodyweight 200µg/kg bodyweight 1 pump per 200g bodyweight (0.2ml)
Animals under 200g bodyweight should be treated with a single pump actuation.It is not advisable to treat animals under 100g bodyweight with this product.(For mammals and birds less than 100g bodyweight use XENO 50-mini)DO NOT OVERDOSE(µg = microgram)

For routine prevention of common ectoparasites this dose should be repeated monthly. For the treatment of an existing infestation, repeat doses are required two weeks and four weeks after the initial application.
Special warnings for each target speciesDo not overdose. Do not use in animals under 16 weeks of age. Occasionally central nervous system disorders, lethargy and inappetance may be observed (especially in lizards). Avoid spraying in or around the eyes. Local irritation and/or hypersensitivity reactions may occur. Should such a reaction occur, discontinue use and seek veterinary advice. This product is toxic to chelonians.Do not use in tortoises, turtles or related species.Withdrawal periodsNot applicable. For pet animals only. Do not use on animals intended for human consumption.Special precautions to be taken by the person administering the productWash hands thoroughly with soap and water following treatment.

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Is this safe to use on my bearded dragon?

19th Feb 2016
Dawn Leask

Hi, I have a 5 year old bearded dragon and would like to know if this product is safe to use on him? Thanks.

  • Non-Executive Director

This product is very safe in Bearded Dragons but you must give the correct sort of dose. Weigh your Beardie first, then give the correct amount of drops. A large overdose could be toxic.

Area to apply

23rd Oct 2014

Where on the body should this be applied?

  • Non-Executive Director

Anywhere on the skin where it is not likely to be removed by the animal. It is absorbed through thin skin quite quickly. Applying it to the surface of thick hair or feathers will mean it fails to work at all. On birds it is usually applied on the back between the wings, separating the feathers to apply directly onto the skin. On small animals like rats or ferrets etc, it is normally applied to the skin at the back of the neck near the base of the skull. It should be placed high up enough to be out of reach of licking if the animal turns its head to reach it. (Birds do not lick it off.)