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fish wormer for koi,discus,rays and all freshwater fish
100 GALLONS PACKS OR 2000 GALLONS TRADE PACKS
Hi Richard from hawks fish , for some time people in the trade have been using a wormer which has no bad sides and easy to use , but now after i lot of behind the scene work any one can sale it to you the public,
I do recommend this as the best even if you do not know if your fish have worms this kills flukes and other helminths, and it also will mix with ANY other treatment
So below are the prices which include VAT and delivery
100gallon pack £4.50
2000 gallon trade pack £25 (shelf life for years after open)
FLUBENOL 15 instructions for use
FOR FISH USE ONLY
KEEP OUT OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN
will kill flukes, tapeworms and other helminths.
This is a once treatment, although repeating on a monthly basis or whenever more plants or any fish are added to the tank would be beneficial. Do not underdose, using the powder at up to 10 times the recommended minimum amount will cause no damage to fish, filters or plants.
Mix powder with some water and pour contents into your tank, no harm will come to your fish if they swim into the mixture, if possible do not water change for 24 hours after use.
WARNING, this powder will kill snails, if there is a large population of snails in your tank, toxic conditions may be triggered by the pollution caused by the death of the snails.
This powder can be mixed with any other medications that are being used, and will prove beneficial particularly during the quarantining of your fish, the powder is U/V stable, and it is not necessary to shut down U/V sterilisation during it’s application.
This veterinary medicine is marketed in accordance with the Small Animal Exemption Scheme.
Contains flubendazole (this product was produced from flubenol premix containing flubendazole 50%)
Once opened, use before date
Manufacturer Devon Discus tq12 4je for hawks fish
Store in dry conditions for prolonged shelf life
Accidental ingestion by humans should be avoided, if possible avoid direct skin contact, and wash affected parts if skin contact occurs.
Manufacturing authorisation number pending
Dispose of empty containers in standard refuse, used containers or unused product should not be recycled
Advertiser: Richard Hawkins
Town: Newton Abbot
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