She has a mite infestation and been provided with injectable ivermectin by her vet.
She administered the first round of treatment and having completed it realised that she had given each pig 10 times the stated dose.
I am told none have shown signs of toxicity.
It is now time for the second round of treatment and she has asked me if she should proceed.
I am concerned she may compound the problem.
- And got the T-shirt
For what it's worth, I've long thought that ivermectin isn't as toxic as we've thought, and that measuring down to a hundredth of a cc is overkill.
There is a wide safety range but bad stuff can happen. Always best for us to advise accurate measuring.
Does she know the concentration in mg/ml? Have her check the dose here:
She would be better off doing this topically.
Info on toxicity here: