Am able to order any of the vet triclabendazole drugs, e.g. Fasinex, Combinex, Fasimec Duo.
However, due to current technical (supplier) reasons, I am unable to aquire the 10% version of e.g. Fasinex, so will have to go with the 2,5% or 5% versions instead.
I GUESS in comparison with the 10% variety this would mean that the volume of the ingested liquid simply is DOUBLED for the 5% and QUADRUPLED for the 2,5%?
1. Would this be correct?
2. Does anyone know why there are versions with lower percentages in the first place? (they seem to be intended for sheep rather than cattle e.g. cows)
3. One of the vet meds (Fasimec) also contains ivermectin. Would you stay away from Fasimec because of this or rather perhaps the opposite?