#### cocorabbit

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Nvm found it!!!

18mg/kg of rabbit

that's correct?

18mg/kg of rabbit

that's correct?

I remember me vet took one revolution bottle (15mg) and just used half of it on each rabbit (about 12.5mg per 600grm rabbit)?

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600g, do the math.

18mg/kg - 0.600kg.

so 18 x .6 = 10.8mg

Revolution is very safe, talked to the folks at pfizer more recently and they were talking about dosing as much as 60x the minimum being totally safe, but necessary for many types of applications, (min typical dose is 6mg/kg)

So you can actually decide to give them the min dosage 6mg/kg

OR 18mg/kg?

What would be the difference. For example, they aren't so bad that they have mange or pulling out fur, but I have noticed they are trying to scratch inside their ear as far as they can go. Should I just used the minimum dose first... see how that goes?

If you are using the less concentrated solution (60mg/ml), then draw up 0.1cc per kg of rabbit.

The same 4kg rabbit as above would get 0.4ml of the less concentrated solution.

You need an accurate weight for your rabbit to determine the correct volume of Revolution.

(1kg = 2.2lb and 1ml = 1cc)

sas