|Barked: Fri Mar 4, '11 4:20pm PST |
|The math isn't rocket science, but ...
1) What about the propagation of measuring error by the time you get down to 96 globs? I hope people do this with a kitchen scale rather than eyeballing it. If you're calculating the dose exactly for a 25 lb. dog, but, due to measuring error, the dose you give is actually only enough for a 20 lb. dog, I wonder if it would still be 100% effective. Depends on properties of the drug, I don't know.
2) How do you actually know that ivermectin is stable in the refrigerator for 2 years in a cocktail of peanut butter and mesquite meal? If by the end of two years, only 75% of drug activity remains, is that enough to prevent HW?
I realize some people have successfully made their own ivermectin dilutions, but if you CAN afford to just buy the Iverhart, why risk it?
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