BIOMEC-4000 , Ivercine 4000 (Ivermectin 4000 mcg) For prevent Heartworm Tick Wormer Mange For Dog 10 Tablets / Box
- Broad spectrum anti-parasite drug.
- To treat intestinal worms (except tapeworms)
- To treat ear mites and mange.
It’s important to administer a heartworm preventative regularly because heartworm disease, though preventable, is fatal if not treated in time. If a dog is bitten by an infected mosquito, worms grow in the bloodstream and settle in the heart, causing certain death if not addressed. Even when heartworm is diagnosed, treatment takes several weeks, and it is very uncomfortable for the dog. By the time the dog exhibits outward symptoms of heartworm disease, it may be too late.
While the sensitivity to this type of medication is not always guaranteed, the following breeds are most likely to be affected (although not every “sensitive” animal in the breed is affected)
- Old English Sheepdog
- English Sheepdog
- Shetland Sheepdog (Sheltie)
- Australian Shepherd
The recommended dosage of Ivermectin for dogs to prevent heartworm is 0.0015 milligrams to 0.003 milligrams(1.5 mcg to 3 mcg) per pound of body weight once a month.
1/4 tab for 11-22 lbs up (5-10 kg)
1/2 tab for 22-44 lbs up (10-20 kg)
3/4 tab for 44-66 lbs up (20-30 kg)
1 tablet / 66-88 lbs (30-40 kg)
To treat and prevent skin parasites, such as fleas, ticks and mange, give your dog 0.15 milligrams(150 mcg)per pound of body weight once a month.
1/4 tab for 5.5-7 lbs (2.5-3 kg)
1/2 tab for 7-12 lbs (3-5.5 kg)
3/4 tab for 12-17 lbs (5.5-7.5 kg)
1 tab for 17-23 lbs (7.5-10 kg)
1 1/4 tab for 23-28 lbs (10-13 kg)
1 1/2 tab for 28-35 lbs (13-16 kg)
2 tabs for 35-46 lbs (16-20 kg)
But if you would like to get rid of ticks mange you have to repeat the dosage in 7-14 days and 14-21 days at least 2 times.
If you are treating for gastrointestinal parasites such as round worms, the dosage is 0.2 milligrams(200 mcg) per pound of body weight. (1 tablet / 20 lbs,9 kg)
Ivermectin is considered a relatively safe medication for treating most dogs. But there can be side effects -- especially if the dogs are given too large a dose or if the medication is given in combination with a sedative such as Valium, an amitraz dip or other amitraz treatment, or the flea preventative Comfortis. Depression, lethargy, vomiting, diarrhea, lack of appetite, lack of coordination, seizures and excessive salivation may result.
- Not approved for use on puppies younger than 12 weeks or dogs under 10lbs (5kg)
- Do not administer this drug to dogs which have tested positive for heartworm.
In case of overdose, contact the veterinary medical room or the poison control center immediately. You can suspect an overdose if you find any overdose symptoms such as: vomiting, lethargy, tremors etc.