Mite & Parasite Treatments for Pet Birds

Keep parasite problems at bay and reclaim control with our effective and fast-working products. Support your birds and keep them comfortably away from mites and parasites with mite treatment and parasite treatment with brands such as F10®, Xeno, and more!


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Why Should I Protect my Bird from Parasites and Flies? 

Mites and fleas can be bothersome for bird and infect them with diseases. As well as making your bird uncomfortable, there are some signs for you to spot when observing your birds behaviour and track if they may need to be treated for mites and parasites. Examples include restlessness, skin irritation or redness where the skin maybe inflamed, excessive preening and visible mites.

How To Prevent Parasites and Mites Bothering My Bird?

Take control of your bird’s parasite and mite issues and prevent further infections by treating them quickly and safely. Watch results unfold as you apply the treatments from our range and read our five-star reviews when searching for reassurance in efficiency.

F10 Germicidal Wound Spray with Insecticide for small animals

Disinfect your bird’s feathers and skin with F10 Products Germicidal Wound Spray with Insecticide that can treat small animals with veterinary-quality treatment to kill harmful microorganisms. Our vet says, ‘If your bird has a small wound, a spray of this will fight any bacteria or fungi to prevent infestations of fly strike. A few squirts is normally all that is needed. You can also use this spray to prevent any infestations occurring.’.

Xeno 50 Mini

Keep your bird clear from parasite-problems and allow the Xeno 450 treatment get to work. This spot-on solution will help to treat quickly, with over 80 popular reviews from customers. Our vet says, ‘Our customers really rate this. For small pets with an infestation, or to prevent one, this is a good choice.’.

PHARMAQ Ivermectin Drops 0.1% Cage Birds

Maintain your bird’s wellbeing with these drops to treat mites and lice in caged birds. Observing the treatment regime is important as it will help ensure that the life cycle of the parasite is broken i.e. will prevent recruitment from any unhatched eggs that may be present on or around the bird when the initial treatment is applied.