The Mediworm Powder for Caged Aviary Birds is a broad-spectrum deworming powder for cage and aviary birds.
- Highly effective against Roundworm, Hairworm and Tapeworm.
- Extremely safe, causes no regurgitation and is very economical.
- Easy dosing instructions.
- To be mixed with the soft food or seed – a special base makes it easy to mix and palatable.
- May be used in the breeding season.
- Mediworm is the golden standard in routine deworming.
- Not water soluble
Dewormer for birds’ Dosage:
- Mix 5 gram (1 level scoop (included) of Mediworm powder with 20 ml of water to form a suspension
- Dose: 2ml of this suspension per 100g bodyweight, on an empty crop.
More on Dewormer for birds; Mediworm Powder:
Mediworm Powder for Caged Aviary Birds is designed and manufactured exclusively for the companion bird market. This product has been formulated specifically for the nutritional needs of birds in breeding cages, growing cages, show cages, aviaries and outdoor aviaries.
Mediworm Powder for Caged Aviary Birds is an important supplement that helps to prevent worms in your birds. It’s safe, easy to use and available in a convenient powder form. Never undermine the importance of deworming your pet birds.
Importance of Dewormer for Birds:
Deworming pet birds is one of the most important things you can do for your bird. Birds are more susceptible to worms than other pets because they have a higher metabolism and are fed more frequently.
Worms can cause health problems for your bird, including weight loss, lethargy, and even death. Deworming is also important because it helps prevent the spread of worms from bird to bird.
De-worming your pet bird is an important part of caring for your pet. It is a way to prevent the spread of parasites, which can cause illness and even death in your bird.
How often should you deworm your bird?
Most veterinarians recommend that birds be de-wormed every 3 months. If you have a pet bird that spends time outdoors, you may need to de-worm it more frequently than that.
What kind of worms are there?
There are many different kinds of worms that can affect birds. Some are specific to particular species, while others can infect any type of bird. The most common types include roundworms and tapeworms, which are caused by ingesting infected faeces or feathers from infected birds; hookworms (also called bloodworms), which live in the digestive tract and can cause anaemia; and coccidia, which live in the intestines and cause diarrhoea in young chicks (younger than 12 weeks old).
How do I know if my bird has worms?
Many signs may indicate that your bird has worms: droppings that contain white specks or grains; an increase in the amount of droppings; loss of appetite; or inactivity.