Beaphar Anti-Fungal Spray 50 ml
Anti-Fungal Spray 50 ml €11,95 €12,95

Anti-Fungal Spray 50 ml

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Product description

Beaphar Anti-Mold Spray for rodents & rabbits!

Beaphar Anti-Fungal is a skin spray for guinea pigs, rabbits, rats and mice to combat fungal infections, also known as ringworm. The spray based on Miconazole is a broad spectrum anti-fungal product and quickly and effectively combats fungi on the skin.

Based on highly effective active ingredient Miconazole
To combat fungi

Ringworm is often first visible on the head of the animal, and then spreads to other parts of the body. Affected areas are round, red and often covered with white flaky skin flakes. With ringworm, the spots heal from the inside, creating a ring-shaped spot. Contamination occurs through direct contact via objects (e.g. brush). Ringworm infections are transmissible to humans. Timely treatment helps to prevent transmission to humans. In rabbits and guinea pigs, this disease causes no or mild itching (in humans, it does cause a lot of itching!). Fungal infections often occur with reduced resistance, or when housing is not optimal (for example, too humid).

Ringworm or Scabies?

The symptoms are similar, but ringworm is caused by a fungus and scabies is caused by a mite. With an infection with ringworm, the animal has no or mild itching, with scabies extreme itching. This is because the mites burrow into the skin to lay eggs there. The intense itching results in frequent scratching and biting. This initially leads to loss of fur and bald spots and later to scabs and possibly bacterial infections. Sores usually start on the lips and nose, later spreading to the head, neck and rest of the body. Scabies is highly contagious to other animals and to humans. Another species of mite is Cheyletiella, a so-called "fur mite". These mites live on the surface of the skin. They cause no or mild itching. The symptoms are flakes in the coat (dandruff). This disease can cause mild skin inflammation in humans, but is generally not very contagious to humans. To treat mange and fur mites you can use Beaphar Anti Mange.

Symptoms fungi in rodents

! Red skin
! Oval spots with hair loss and sometimes crust formation and/or wounds. Particularly visible near ears, eyes and mouth and sometimes on the back. On the paws, these symptoms practically do not occur
! Sometimes itching occurs.

Instructions

1x spray = 0.2 ml Anti-Fungus

Away your animal and spray 1ml per kg body weight (5 pumps per kg body weight).
Treat 1 - 2x daily at a distance of 5 to 10 cm. Use the spray until the skin heals, but no longer than 14 days.

0.5 - 1.0 kg = spray 5x per day
1.0 - 1.5 kg = spray 7x a day
1.5 - 3.0 kg = spray 9x per day
> 3.0 kg = spray 15x per day

How can I tell the difference between scab and mold?

Fungus (ringworm)

With an infection with fungus, also called ringworm, the animal has no or mild itching. Ringworm is often first visible on the head of the animal, and then spreads to other parts of the body. Affected areas are round, red and often covered with white flaky skin flakes.

With ringworm, the spots heal from the inside, creating a ring-shaped spot. Contamination occurs through direct contact and through objects (e.g. a brush). Ringworm infections are transmissible to humans (in humans a lot of itching!). Timely treatment helps to prevent transmission to humans.

Fungal infections often occur with reduced resistance, or when housing is not optimal (for example, too humid).

Scabies (scabies mite)

With scabies, there is extreme itching. This is because the mites burrow into the skin to lay eggs there. The intense itching results in frequent scratching and biting. This initially leads to loss of fur and bald spots and later to scabs and possibly bacterial infections. Wounds usually start first on the lips and nose, later spreading to the head, neck and rest of the body. Scabies is highly contagious to other animals and to humans.

Another species of mite is Cheyletiella, a so-called 'fur mite'. These mites live on the surface of the skin. They cause no or mild itching. The symptoms are flakes in the coat (dandruff). This disease can cause mild skin inflammation in humans, but is generally not very contagious to humans. To treat mange and fur mites you can use Beaphar Anti-Mange .

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Specifications
Content: 50 ml
Suitable for: Rodents, Mouse, Hamster, Gerbil, Rat, Guinea Pig, Rabbit, Chinchilla, Degu
Particularities: -
Beaphar Anti-Fungal Spray 50 ml
Reviews
10 / 10
(3)
10 / 10
Nel 01 July 2019

Mijn konijntje had een soort roos op zijn rug bij zijn kopje. Ik heb deze spray 2x ingespoten met een tussentijd van een week en de soort roos (schimmel?) was weg.

10 / 10
Trudy 07 June 2019

Super goed geholpen cavia is er van af

10 / 10
Klant 14 May 2014

Goede ervaringen met de Beaphar spray voor de behandeling van schurftmijt en antischimmel.

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