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Although, at initial clinical examination the mare had no detectable external parasite, nevertheless, the possibility that the ticks were the source of infection cannot be ruled out because the owner frequently remove the embedded ticks manually.
Precise diagnosis hasn't been so critical where dipping has been the primary treatment, given the wide activity of OPs against a range of external parasites.
The Committee further concluded that these products are effective and an important therapeutic option in the treatment of internal and external parasites in cattle, sheep and horses; therefore in order to reduce and prevent as far as possible the identified risks for aquatic and sediment organisms and dung fauna, the Committee recommended risk mitigation measures and warnings to be included in the product information.
External parasites such as fleas and internal parasites such as worms can trigger these reactions so ensure your pet is up to date with routine parasite prevention.
These endectocides with the active ingredient moxidectin offer persistent killing of internal parasites at multiple stages, including the most economically devastating parasite, Ostertagia ostertagi (brown stomach worm) and controls external parasites including lice, grubs and psoroptic mange mites on beef and dairy cattle.
Incidence of internal and external parasites in sheep in Kovak valley (Kalat District) Upland Balochistan".
This anemia could be attributed to (1) decreased hematopoiesis, such as inflammatory disease associated anemia, FeLV infections and chronic kidney failure, (2) tumors, external parasites and hemostatic flaw associated blood loss, (3) hemolysis.
The loss of reef systems due to coastal development, coupled with the presence of invasive lionfish, may lead to loss of cleaner-fish and shrimp, which rid fish of external parasites like copepods, leading to an increased parasite presence, explained Blanar.
He urged the milkmen to transport milk in clean containers and stop entering external parasites like flies and mosquitoes in the containers.
Products which target external parasites only, such as dipping for scab should be seen as the preferred option.