Where can I buy Flubenol 15 in the UK?

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Where can I buy Flubenol 15 in the UK?

Postby SophieJaynne » Mon Sep 29, 2008 7:01 am

I have a weather loach with anchor worms and flubenol has been recommended to me as the best way to get rid of them. Trouble is, I can't seem to find where to order it from! Any suggestions or websites? It isn't even listed on Ebay suprisingly.
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Postby mickthefish » Mon Sep 29, 2008 7:35 am

yup if you want some you can send an e-mail to ian@corycats.com, i know he has some in stock and he lives in lincoln as well.
if this is going to take to long with the postage and all that, a mate has said to me he used parazin p which got rid of anchor worms on some L cats he had but it does take a liitle longer for it to work plus it's cheaper than flubenol.

hope this helps luv.

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Postby san-ho-zay » Mon Sep 29, 2008 7:38 am

Do you know if Flubenol is the same as Wormer Plus Mick? Active ingredient flubendazole.

I've been round in circles on links for Flubenol and all roads seemed to lead to Plymouth Discus and Wormer Plus. :?
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Postby mickthefish » Mon Sep 29, 2008 7:54 am

yeah thats the new name for it Richard mate, but Ian Fuller still has flubenol in stock. i think it's around £24 or so though but it has a long shelf life.

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Postby SophieJaynne » Mon Sep 29, 2008 8:40 am

Thanks Mick. It was you who recommended it to me on the other thread! Sorry to keep creating new ones but I am getting a bit worried about the little fella, he's not looking good! Just ordered some wormer plus, should be here in the morning! Fingers crossed and thankyou soo much for all your help.
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