A carefully developed medi-care product for the control of common external bird parasites, BEAPHAR Insecticidal Bird Spray is a UK authorised Veterinary Medicine, suitable for all cage and aviary birds.
An easy to use liquid insecticidal spray for birds, BEAPHAR Insecticidal Bird Spray contains the active ingredient, Permethrin, at vet-strength to deliver reliable and effective results. Developed to control common external parasites on birds, each handy spray bottle contains sufficient product to treat up to 50 birds, allowing for precise and quick treatment for parasites such as mites, lice, ticks, fleas and mosquitos. Suitable for all breeds of cage and aviary birds, each treatment also provides effective protection for up to two weeks following initial application.
- An effective, reliable UK authorised Veterinary Medicine
- A convenient and fast acting bird medicare product
- Contains vet-strength Permethrin, to effectively treat common external parasites
- Suitable for treating external parasites, such as mites, lice, ticks, fleas and mosquitos
- An easy to use liquid treatment in a convenient spray bottle
- Suitable for all cage and aviary birds
- Contains sufficient product to treat up to 50 birds
Directions for Use:
Wear gloves when applying. Only use in a well-ventilated room. Shake the bottle of BEAPHAR Insecticidal Bird Spray well before use.
Hold your bird firmly. Starting at the rear of the bird, working towards the head, spray from a distance of 25-30cm, taking care to avoid the head, non-feathered parts, eyes, nose, ears, beak and anus. Spray the recommended amount against the natural lay of the feathers and spray the complete plumage. For the treatment of the head areas application may be carried out by spraying onto a gloved hand or small towel, and rubbing it over the feathers. All birds sharing a cage or aviary should be treated at the same time.
Ensure treated birds are allowed to dry in a well-ventilated room. DO NOT confine birds to an enclosed space or pet carrier, until the feathers are fully dry. When treating small, or young, birds, ensure they do not become cold while the feathers dry. Once treated, keep birds away from fires and other sources of heat until the feathers are fully dry.
Moreover after treatment remove your bird’s water bath. As this treatment will remain effective for up to two weeks providing your bird DOES NOT bathe. If you are trying to control red mites, it is important to treat the environment with an appropriate insecticide to avoid re-infestation. If necessary, treatment can be repeated after 14 days.