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    Werdlone - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    I have tried 3 different vets, and none will give me interceptor for the treatment of red bugs!!! this is frustrating!! I thought they helped animals! Anyways..I am in need of interceptor for my tank.

    Thanks

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    FlynnFish - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Reef Solutions in Warren works with a Vet that is 2 blocks away from them.
    I need to attend a Fish Breeders Anonymous class.
    mbi sigaspx?uflynnfish&ampimg2 - Interceptor

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    MyNemesis - Reefkeeper
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    Tell the vet your dog has red bugs.

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    jimsflies - Reefkeeper
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    You're a doc...can't you just write your own script?

    Does interceptor go bad? I have one here that is a few years old. I have opened it and have it pre-measured in vials for various volumes of dip.

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    Werdlone - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimsflies View Post
    You're a doc...can't you just write your own script?

    Does interceptor go bad? I have one here that is a few years old. I have opened it and have it pre-measured in vials for various volumes of dip.
    I'm really frustrated that as a physician I cannot write a script for this. It is a different DEA number for vet meds. there is no use for milbemycin in human medicine. I checked. I will contact reef solutions and see if they have it or can tell me what vet they work with.

    If someone has a few tablets...I am interested. thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlynnFish View Post
    Reef Solutions in Warren works with a Vet that is 2 blocks away from them.
    +1 ...Thats what I heard as well.

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    Tom@HaslettMI - Reefkeeper
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    I have two 23mg tablets. They are unopened and 5 years old. I would be happy to help you out if you're interested.

    Tom

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    Give me a shout Andy.

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