Animec micro data sheet

Animec Micro
Ivermectin 100 µg per g
Liquid Spot-On for topical application.
Animec Micro is designed as a topical spot on for use on rabbits, guinea pigs, rodents, ferrets,
small homing pigeons and caged birds up to 800 g bodyweight. The active ingredient
Ivermectin is a substance known as an endectocide because it kills parasites that cause
infestation inside the body (endoparasites) as well as those living outside the body, on the
skin (ectoparasites). Ivermectin is used in many species for the control of mites, roundworms
and lice. Animec Micro is a simple and effective spot-on solution for prevention and
treatment of common internal and external parasites on small mammals and birds. Applied to
the skin, Animec Micro is particularly effective against the parasites which commonly cause
ear and skin problems in rabbits, ferrets, guinea pigs, snakes, lizards and small rodents. It is
also effective against many of the parasites which cause skin and feather problems in birds.
5.0 Target Species
Mice, Rats, Gerbils, Chinchillas, Hamsters and other small rodents. Small Rabbits, Ferrets
and Guinea pigs under 800g bodyweight. Small homing pigeons. Caged birds under 800g
5.1 Indications for use
Prevention and treatment of common internal and external parasites of rodents, rabbits,
ferrets, guinea pigs, small homing pigeons and caged birds under 800g bodyweight.
5.2 Contra-indications
Animec Micro is only for use on rabbits, ferrets, guinea pigs, rodents, homing pigeons and
caged birds. Do not use on 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.
5.3 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.
5.4 Use during pregnancy and lactation
No data available. Do not use in pregnant and lactating animals
5.5 Interaction with medicaments and other forms of interaction
None known
5.6 Method of administration
Holding the pipette firmly in one hand, remove the cap.
Small rabbits, guinea pigs, ferrets, mice, rats, hamsters, gerbils, chinchillas, other
small rodents:
Apply 1 tube (50 µg) per 250 g bodyweight onto the skin on the back of the neck and
down the spine.
Caged birds under 800g: Apply one tube (50 µg) per 250 g bodyweight under the
feathers onto the skin of the back between the wings.
Small homing pigeons: Apply one tube (50 µg) per 80 g bodyweight under the
feathers onto the skin of the back between the wings.
Typical dose rates for each species:
Amount to use
Approximate dose

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. For homing pigeons, treatment may be repeated in 7- 10 days.
5.7 Special warnings for each target species
Do not overdose. Avoid use in or around the eyes. Occasional central nervous system
disorders, lethargy, inappetance, local irritation and/or hypersensitivity reactions may be
observed. These signs may be more common in young animals. 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.
5.8 Withdrawal periods
Not applicable. For pet animals only. Do not use in animals intended for human consumption.
Do not eat eggs from treated birds.
5.9 Special precautions to be taken by the person administering the product to animals
Wash hands thoroughly with soap and water following treatment.
6.1 Major incompatibilities
None known

6.2 Special precautions for storage
Do not store above 25°C. Keep out of direct sunlight.
Keep out of reach and sight of children.
6.3 Nature and contents of container
Cartons containing 9 polypropylene tubes, each of 50µg ivermectin.
6.4 Name and address of distributor
Chanelle Veterinary Ltd., Loughrea, Co. Galway, Ireland.
Tel: + 353 91 841788
Fax: + 353 91 842937
6.5 Legal category: This veterinary medicine is marketed in accordance with the Small
Animal Exemption Scheme. This is not a veterinary medicine which is subject to
authorisation by the Irish Medicines Board
6.6 Marketing Authorisation No: WDL 11990.
This product is not effective against ringworm. Ringworm is a skin disease which can be
passed on from your pet to humans.
If you think your pet may have ringworm, you should consult a veterinary surgeon. If your
animal’s condition does not improve after application of Animec Micro, you should consult a
veterinary surgeon.


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