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    Mites?

    I am pretty sure I have another mouse with mites (the last two died) a vet is not an option for me where I am. So I am looking for mite treatment on Amazon Canada ? Or anything else I can do to get rid of them. Like the poor mouse got it's self tore to pieces.

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    Re: Mites?

    Quote Originally Posted by Parsons483 View Post
    I am pretty sure I have another mouse with mites (the last two died) a vet is not an option for me where I am. So I am looking for mite treatment on Amazon Canada ? Or anything else I can do to get rid of them. Like the poor mouse got it's self tore to pieces.

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    Use RID lice spray (found in your common grocery stores with a wellness/pharmacy isle.

    Put the mice in a temporary enclosure, remove the food dish and water dish, spray the bedding in the enclosure, let dry for 300 min to 1 hour and put the mice back.
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    Re: Mites?

    Quote Originally Posted by Stewart_Reptiles View Post
    Use RID lice spray (found in your common grocery stores with a wellness/pharmacy isle.

    Put the mice in a temporary enclosure, remove the food dish and water dish, spray the bedding in the enclosure, let dry for 300 min to 1 hour and put the mice back.
    But what about the mites on the mouse it's self ?


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    Re: Mites?

    Quote Originally Posted by Parsons483 View Post
    But what about the mites on the mouse it's self ?


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    They will be taken cared of when placed back in there enclosure, same principal as using PAM (provent a mite) with snakes. You spray the enclosure and substrate and it kills mites in the cage and on the animals without the animals being sprayed.
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