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EXTRA STRENGTH
Treatment of
Protozoa Infections in Caged Birds
Effective against motile protozoa such as Trichomonas, Hexamita, Canker, Giardia, and Cochlosoma, in African Greys, Macaws and other large birds.

Ronex 12% a water soluble, water stable chemical that has extremely high safety margins. It can be used at any stage of the birds breeding cycle to combat Protozoal infection. Ronex 12% is recommended for smaller birds.

Canker/Cochlosoma is the most commonly encountered Protozoal disease in aviculture. It can devastate finches and canary breeding flocks and is a significant disease in exhibition canaries. The classic "cankers" (large yellowish masses in the throats and crops of birds) are the "tip of the iceberg" when it comes to the disease. Many other effects are seen from Trichomonads.

Sign of Protozoan infection: diarrhea, yellowish/green droppings, undigested seed in droppings, dirty feathers around the vent, molting problems and sleeping during the day, head tucked over their wing feathers. It is best to treat your birds before the breeding season.

Protozoan infections are very serious and common cause of hatchling, young and adult bird deaths. These single cell parasites are present in most birds kept in captivity and become active during stressful periods such as during the breeding season. Because Protazoa are persistent organisms, and in many cases infections can only be controlled and not eradicated with the use of drugs regular treatments need to be part of any aviary management program. New introductions and birds in quarantine should be routinely treated at recommended rates.

Dos2 Rate:
Small Birds 1 teaspoon to 2 quarts drinking water
Larger Birds - ¼ teaspoon to 2 quarts drinking water

Trichomoniasis: Treat all breeders for 7 days 4-6 weeks before breeding.
Treat all young for 7 days after fledging.

Cochlosoma: Treat all breeders for 7 days prior to breeding season.
Treat all young for 7 days after fledging.

Hexamita and Giardia: Treat for 7 days as indicated by your veterinarian.

Made up Ronex 12% solution may be kept in the refrigerator for up to 7 days.
Remove all other water sources during treatment. Empty and refill drinking water containers with medication daily.

Guaranteed Analysis: Ronidazole 12%

Available in: 3oz (85g) and 6oz (170g)

This product is not intended or approved for stock whose meat or eggs are intended for human consumption. Consult your veterinarian for authorization and supervision in administering this or any antimicrobial medication.

SALE! Ronex 12% - Treatment of choice for Gouldians, Canaries, Finches, Doves, Quail, Budgerigars, Love Birds, small birds suffering from protozoa infections including Canker, Giardia, Cochlosoma, Trichomoniasis and Hexamiter. In-water medication, it has extremely high safety margins. It can safely be used at any stage in the birds breeding cycle. Best Value!
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