Beaphor spot on is good for lice and other parasites! (or any thing along these lines -should be able to get it at most big pet stores)
that's the funniest thing i've heard in a while haha...Seawatch Stud said:Rub with olive oil, roll in breadcrumbs and grill gently for ten minutes turning frequently. Serve with fava beans and a nice chianti!
That's because it's not politically correct any more to tell a child that they have nits :?I didnt think head lice stil excisted they dont have nit nurses at schools now do they
:lol: :lol: :lol:fed twice a day 7.30 am and 7.00pm because I dont like Emerdale lol
That sounds like a much better idea. Much safer and easier to control.racingmouse said:...I personally would`nt spray it directly onto the mouse for fear of a fidgeting mouse moving about too much and spraying her face. What I would do, is spray the solution onto a cotton ball....
...pyrethrins are plant based, so not as strong as say, Ivermectin would be in products sold specifically for small rodents...
...Don`t US pet stores stock small animal spot-on treatments? I would have thought they would sell something similar to Beaphar or Xeno50 mini? These can be bought online remember, so it`s always woth doing a search for them. Especially the Xeno50 mini one.
So it will work safely?geordiesmice said:yes fly sprays , garden insecticides,acaricides from the Pyrethrum plant very usefull.
Seawatch Stud said:Rub with olive oil, roll in breadcrumbs and grill gently for ten minutes turning frequently. Serve with fava beans and a nice chianti!
Again an interesting comment from Phil Arnold.