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1-4oz Bottle Toltrazuril 5% Liquid Solution

1-4oz Bottle Metronidazole 10% Liquid Solution

1-4oz Bottle Fenbendazole 10% Liquid Solution

1-4oz Bottle All-Gone (Albon) 5% Liquid Solution

1-4oz Bottle Amprolium 10% Liquid Solution

1-4oz Bottle Albendazole 11.36% Liquid Solution

Toltrazuril is an antiparasitic m...

This is the best small animal bundle you can keep on hand to treat your litter.  This will cover everything you need!

1-4oz Bottle Toltrazuril 5% Liquid Solution

1-4oz Bottle Metronidazole 10% Liquid Solution

1-4oz Bottle Fenbendazole 10% Liquid Solution

1-4oz Bottle All-Gone (Albon) 5% Liquid Solution

1-4oz Bottle Amprolium 10% Liquid Solution

1-4oz Bottle Albendazole 11.36% Liquid Solution

Toltrazuril is an antiparasitic medication primarily used to treat coccidiosis, a disease caused by protozoan parasites of the genus Eimeria. It is highly effective against various stages of the coccidia life cycle, including schizonts and gamonts, by disrupting the development of the parasites.

Mechanism of Action: Toltrazuril works by interfering with the division of the nuclei and the mitochondrial function of coccidia, leading to impaired development and eventual death of the parasites. It acts on multiple stages of the parasite's life cycle, making it highly effective in reducing the severity and spread of coccidial infections.

Uses in Animals: Toltrazuril is used across a variety of animal species, including:

1. Poultry (Chickens, Turkeys): - Used to treat and prevent coccidiosis caused by various Eimeria species.
   - Commonly administered in drinking water.

2. Rabbits: - Used to treat coccidiosis, which can affect the intestines and liver.
   - Administered orally, often mixed with drinking water or feed.

3. Cattle: - Used to treat and prevent coccidiosis, particularly in young calves.
   - Administered orally, often mixed with feed or water.

4. Sheep and Goats: - Effective against coccidiosis in lambs and kids.
   - Administered orally.

5. Pigs: - Used to treat and prevent coccidiosis in piglets, often during the critical post-weaning period.
   - Administered orally.

6. Dogs and Cats: - Sometimes used off-label to treat coccidiosis in dogs and cats.
   - Administered orally.

7. Horses: - Used to treat EPM (Equine Protozoal Myeloencephalitis), a neurological disease caused by Sarcocystis neurona.
   - Administered orally.

Administration: - Toltrazuril is commonly available as an oral suspension and is administered either directly into the animal's mouth, mixed with water, or added to feed.
- The dosage and duration of treatment vary depending on the species, age, weight of the animal, and the severity of the infection.

Safety and Precautions: - Toltrazuril is generally well-tolerated, but it is important to follow the dosage recommendations provided by a veterinarian.
- Observing withdrawal periods is crucial for food-producing animals to ensure that residues are not present in meat, milk, or eggs.
- Side effects are rare but can include mild gastrointestinal disturbances.

Metronidazole is an antimicrobial medication used to treat various infections caused by bacteria and protozoa. It is effective against anaerobic bacteria and certain parasites and is widely used in both human and veterinary medicine.

Mechanism of Action: Metronidazole works by entering the cells of the microorganisms and disrupting their DNA synthesis and structure, leading to cell death. This action is effective against anaerobic bacteria and protozoa, which rely on anaerobic metabolism.

Uses in Animals: Metronidazole is used to treat a variety of infections in different animal species, including:

1. Dogs: - Gastrointestinal Infections: Treats infections caused by Giardia and Clostridium species.
   - Anaerobic Bacterial Infections: Effective against infections in the oral cavity, bones, respiratory tract, and gastrointestinal tract.
   - Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD): Sometimes used as part of the treatment regimen.

2. Cats: - Gastrointestinal Infections: Treats infections caused by Giardia and Clostridium species.
   - Anaerobic Bacterial Infections: Effective for infections in the oral cavity, bones, and respiratory tract.
   - IBD: Used in certain cases to manage symptoms.

3. Horses: - Gastrointestinal Infections: Treats infections caused by Clostridium species.
   - Anaerobic Infections: Effective against dental infections, pleuropneumonia, and other anaerobic bacterial infections.
   - Protozoal Infections: Occasionally used to treat protozoal infections.

4. Birds: - Protozoal Infections: Used to treat trichomoniasis and other protozoal infections in birds.

5. Small Mammals (e.g., rabbits, guinea pigs): - Gastrointestinal Infections: Treats infections caused by anaerobic bacteria and protozoa.
   - Abscesses: Effective against anaerobic bacterial infections in abscesses.

Administration: - Metronidazole is available in various forms, including tablets, capsules, and oral suspensions. 
- The dosage and duration of treatment depend on the type of infection, the species, age, weight of the animal, and veterinary guidance.

Dosage Guidelines: - Dogs and Cats: Typically, 10-25 mg per kg (4.5-11.4 mg per pound) of body weight, administered twice daily.
- Horses: Usually, 15-25 mg per kg (6.8-11.4 mg per pound) of body weight, administered orally twice daily.
- Birds and Small Mammals: Dosage varies widely; consult a veterinarian for specific recommendations.

Important Considerations: - Consult a Veterinarian: Always seek veterinary advice to determine the appropriate dosage and treatment plan.
- Side Effects: Common side effects can include gastrointestinal upset, such as vomiting and diarrhea. In rare cases, neurological side effects can occur with prolonged use.
- Monitoring: Regular monitoring is recommended to ensure the effectiveness of the treatment and to check for any adverse reactions.

Fenbendazole is a broad-spectrum anthelmintic used to treat a variety of parasitic infections in animals. It is effective against a wide range of gastrointestinal parasites and is commonly used in veterinary medicine.

Mechanism of Action: Fenbendazole works by interfering with the energy metabolism of parasites. It binds to tubulin, disrupting the formation of microtubules, which are essential for various cellular processes. This leads to the starvation and death of the parasites.

Uses in Animals: Fenbendazole is used across a variety of animal species to treat different parasitic infections, including nematodes, cestodes, and some protozoa.

1. Dogs: - Gastrointestinal Nematodes: Effective against Toxocara canis, Ancylostoma caninum, Trichuris vulpis, and Uncinaria stenocephala.
   - Cestodes: Treats infections caused by Taenia species.
   - Protozoa: Sometimes used to treat infections caused by Giardia.

2. Cats: - Gastrointestinal Nematodes: Treats Toxocara cati, Ancylostoma tubaeforme, and other nematodes.
   - Cestodes: Effective against Taenia species.
   - Protozoa: Used off-label for Giardia infections.

3. Horses: - Gastrointestinal Nematodes: Treats large strongyles, small strongyles, ascarids, and pinworms.
   - Lungworms: Effective against Dictyocaulus arnfieldi.
   - Tapeworms: Treats Anoplocephala perfoliata.

4. Cattle: - Gastrointestinal Nematodes: Effective against Ostertagia, Haemonchus, Trichostrongylus, and Cooperia.
   - Lungworms: Treats Dictyocaulus viviparus.
   - Tapeworms: Effective against Moniezia species.

5. Sheep and Goats: - Gastrointestinal Nematodes: Treats Teladorsagia, Trichostrongylus, Haemonchus, and others.
   - Lungworms: Effective against Dictyocaulus filaria.
   - Tapeworms: Treats Moniezia species.

6. Pigs: - Gastrointestinal Nematodes: Effective against Ascaris suum, Trichuris suis, and other nematodes.
   - Lungworms: Treats Metastrongylus species.

7. Birds: - Gastrointestinal Nematodes: Treats infections caused by Ascaridia and Capillaria species.

Administration: - Fenbendazole is available in various forms, including oral suspension, granules, and paste.
- The dosage and duration of treatment vary depending on the type of infection, species, age, weight of the animal, and veterinary guidance.

Dosage Guidelines: - Dogs and Cats: Typically, 50 mg per kg (22.7 mg per pound) of body weight, administered once daily for 3-5 days.
- Horses: 5-10 mg per kg (2.3-4.5 mg per pound) of body weight, administered once daily for 5 days.
- Cattle, Sheep, and Goats: 5-10 mg per kg (2.3-4.5 mg per pound) of body weight, administered as a single dose or over several days.
- Pigs: 3-5 mg per kg (1.4-2.3 mg per pound) of body weight, administered as a single dose or over several days.
- Birds: Dosage varies widely; consult a veterinarian for specific recommendations.

Important Considerations: - Consult a Veterinarian: Always seek veterinary advice to determine the appropriate dosage and treatment plan.
- Side Effects: Fenbendazole is generally well-tolerated, but side effects can include mild gastrointestinal disturbances. Overdosing can lead to toxicity.
- Monitoring: Regular monitoring is recommended to ensure the effectiveness of the treatment and to check for any adverse reactions.

Albon, also known by its generic name sulfadimethoxine, is a sulfonamide antibiotic used to treat various bacterial and protozoal infections in animals. It is commonly used to treat coccidiosis, a protozoal infection, as well as other infections caused by susceptible organisms.

Mechanism of Action: Albon works by inhibiting the synthesis of folic acid in bacteria and protozoa, which is necessary for their growth and replication. By blocking this pathway, Albon effectively stops the proliferation of these organisms, allowing the host's immune system to clear the infection.

Uses in Animals: Albon is used across a variety of animal species to treat different infections:

1. Dogs: - Coccidiosis: Treats infections caused by Isospora species.
   - Bacterial Infections: Effective against respiratory, urinary tract, and soft tissue infections caused by susceptible bacteria.
   - Other Infections: Sometimes used for infections like cholangiohepatitis and pneumonia.

2. Cats: - Coccidiosis: Treats infections caused by Isospora species.
   - Bacterial Infections: Used to treat respiratory, urinary tract, and soft tissue infections.

3. Birds and Poultry: - Coccidiosis: Used to treat coccidiosis caused by Eimeria species.
   - Bacterial Infections: Effective against infections like fowl cholera and coryza.

4. Cattle: - Coccidiosis: Treats infections caused by Eimeria species.
   - Bacterial Infections: Used for respiratory infections, foot rot, and metritis.

5. Sheep and Goats: - Coccidiosis: Treats infections caused by Eimeria species.
   - Bacterial Infections: Effective for respiratory and urinary tract infections.

6. Horses: - Protozoal Infections: Occasionally used for infections like EPM (Equine Protozoal Myeloencephalitis).

Administration: - Albon is available in various forms, including oral tablets, oral suspension, and injectable solution.
- The dosage and duration of treatment depend on the type of infection, species, age, weight of the animal, and veterinary guidance.

Dosage Guidelines: - Dogs and Cats: Typically, an initial dose of 55 mg per kg (25 mg per pound) of body weight, followed by a maintenance dose of 27.5 mg per kg (12.5 mg per pound) once daily.
- Birds and Poultry: Dosage varies widely; consult a veterinarian for specific recommendations.
- Cattle: For coccidiosis, 25 mg per kg (11.4 mg per pound) of body weight daily for 3-5 days.
- Sheep and Goats: Similar to cattle, 25 mg per kg (11.4 mg per pound) of body weight daily for 3-5 days.

Important Considerations: - Consult a Veterinarian: Always seek veterinary advice to determine the appropriate dosage and treatment plan.
- Side Effects: Common side effects can include vomiting, diarrhea, and loss of appetite. Rare side effects include keratoconjunctivitis sicca (dry eye) and crystal formation in the urine.
- Monitoring: Regular monitoring is recommended to ensure the effectiveness of the treatment and to check for any adverse reactions.
- Water Intake: Ensure animals have access to plenty of water to prevent crystalluria (crystals in the urine).

Amprolium is an anticoccidial drug used primarily to prevent and treat coccidiosis in various animals. Coccidiosis is caused by protozoan parasites of the genus Eimeria, which affect the intestinal tracts of animals. Amprolium is especially effective because it inhibits the absorption of thiamine (vitamin B1) in coccidia, leading to their starvation and death.

Mechanism of Action: Amprolium works by mimicking thiamine, which is essential for carbohydrate metabolism in coccidia. By blocking the thiamine transport system, amprolium causes a thiamine deficiency in the parasite, leading to its death.

Uses in Animals: Amprolium is used in a variety of animals to treat and prevent coccidiosis:

1. Poultry (Chickens, Turkeys): - Used to prevent and treat coccidiosis caused by various Eimeria species.
   - Commonly administered in drinking water or feed.

2. Cattle: - Used to treat and prevent coccidiosis in calves caused by Eimeria bovis and Eimeria zuernii.
   - Administered orally, typically in drinking water or as a drench.

3. Sheep and Goats: - Effective against coccidiosis caused by Eimeria species.
   - Administered orally, often in drinking water or as a drench.

4. Rabbits: - Used to treat coccidiosis caused by Eimeria species affecting the intestines and liver.
   - Administered orally.

5. Pigs: - Occasionally used to prevent and treat coccidiosis in piglets.
   - Administered orally.

6. Dogs and Cats: - Occasionally used off-label to treat coccidiosis.
   - Administered orally.

Administration: Amprolium is typically available as an oral solution, powder, or feed additive. The dosage and duration of treatment depend on the type of animal, severity of the infection, and veterinary guidance.

Dosage Guidelines: - Poultry: Generally, a 0.012% to 0.024% solution in drinking water for 5-7 days.
- Cattle (Calves): 
  - Treatment: 10 mg per kg (4.5 mg per pound) of body weight daily for 5 days.
  - Prevention: 5 mg per kg (2.27 mg per pound) of body weight daily for 21 days.
- Sheep and Goats:
  - Treatment: 10 mg per kg (4.5 mg per pound) of body weight daily for 5 days.
  - Prevention: 5 mg per kg (2.27 mg per pound) of body weight daily for 21 days.
- Rabbits: Dosage varies; typically, 10-25 mg per kg (4.5-11.4 mg per pound) of body weight daily for 5-7 days.
- Pigs: Similar to cattle; consult a veterinarian for specific guidelines.

Important Considerations: - Consult a Veterinarian: Always seek veterinary advice to determine the appropriate dosage and treatment plan.
- Side Effects: Amprolium is generally well-tolerated, but it can cause thiamine deficiency if overdosed or used for prolonged periods. Symptoms of thiamine deficiency include anorexia, weight loss, and neurological signs.
- Withdrawal Period: Be mindful of withdrawal periods for meat, milk, and eggs to ensure no drug residues remain in food products.

Albendazole is a broad-spectrum anthelmintic medication used to treat a variety of parasitic worm infections in animals. It is effective against a range of gastrointestinal parasites, including nematodes, cestodes, and some protozoa.

Mechanism of Action: Albendazole works by inhibiting the polymerization of tubulin into microtubules, which disrupts the cellular structure and function of parasites, ultimately leading to their death. This action affects the parasite's ability to absorb glucose, resulting in a loss of energy and death.

Uses in Animals: Albendazole is used to treat various parasitic infections in a wide range of animal species:

1. Cattle: - Gastrointestinal Nematodes: Treats infections caused by Ostertagia, Haemonchus, Trichostrongylus, and Cooperia.
   - Lungworms: Effective against Dictyocaulus viviparus.
   - Liver Flukes: Treats Fasciola hepatica.
   - Tapeworms: Effective against Moniezia species.

2. Sheep and Goats: - Gastrointestinal Nematodes: Treats infections caused by Teladorsagia, Trichostrongylus, Haemonchus, and others.
   - Lungworms: Effective against Dictyocaulus filaria.
   - Liver Flukes: Treats Fasciola hepatica.
   - Tapeworms: Effective against Moniezia species.

3. Horses: - Gastrointestinal Nematodes: Treats large strongyles, small strongyles, ascarids, and pinworms.
   - Lungworms: Effective against Dictyocaulus arnfieldi.
   - Tapeworms: Treats Anoplocephala perfoliata.

4. Dogs and Cats: - Gastrointestinal Nematodes: Effective against Toxocara, Ancylostoma, Trichuris, and Uncinaria species.
   - Tapeworms: Effective against Echinococcus and Taenia species.
   - Protozoa: Used off-label for Giardia infections.

5. Pigs: - Gastrointestinal Nematodes: Effective against Ascaris suum, Trichuris suis, and other nematodes.
   - Lungworms: Treats Metastrongylus species.

6. Birds: - Gastrointestinal Nematodes: Treats infections caused by Ascaridia and Capillaria species.

7. Rabbits: - Gastrointestinal Nematodes: Treats infections caused by Passalurus ambiguus.
   - Protozoa: Occasionally used for Encephalitozoon cuniculi infections.

8. Camelids (e.g., Alpacas, Llamas): - Gastrointestinal Nematodes: Treats infections caused by Haemonchus contortus, Trichostrongylus species.
   - Liver Flukes: Effective against Fasciola hepatica.
   - Lungworms: Treats Dictyocaulus species.

Administration: Albendazole is typically administered orally and is available in various forms, including tablets, suspensions, and boluses. The dosage and duration of treatment depend on the type of infection, the species of the animal, and veterinary guidance.

Dosage Guidelines: - Cattle: 10 mg per kg (4.5 mg per pound) of body weight for nematodes and tapeworms; up to 15 mg per kg (6.8 mg per pound) for liver flukes.
- Sheep and Goats: 5-10 mg per kg (2.3-4.5 mg per pound) of body weight, usually as a single dose.
- Horses: 5-10 mg per kg (2.3-4.5 mg per pound) of body weight, typically administered as a single dose.
- Dogs and Cats: 25 mg per kg (11.4 mg per pound) of body weight, administered once daily for 2-3 days.
- Pigs: 3-5 mg per kg (1.4-2.3 mg per pound) of body weight, usually as a single dose.
- Birds: Dosage varies widely; consult a veterinarian for specific recommendations.
- Rabbits: 20 mg per kg (9.1 mg per pound) of body weight, administered once daily for 5 days.

Important Considerations: - Consult a Veterinarian: Always seek veterinary advice to determine the appropriate dosage and treatment plan.
- Side Effects: Albendazole is generally well-tolerated, but side effects can include gastrointestinal disturbances. Rarely, it can cause liver and bone marrow toxicity.
- Withdrawal Period: Be mindful of withdrawal periods for meat, milk, and eggs to ensure no drug residues remain in food products.
- Pregnancy: Albendazole should be used with caution in pregnant animals due to potential teratogenic effects.

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