View Full Version : Fly Strike Treatment

31-07-2014, 02:58 PM
The Bristol Hopper group had a Bunny First Aid evening this week and I'd really like to share this product as it is now a definite must in my bunny first aid kit and although familiar with F10 I'd never heard of this particular product before.

F10 Wound Spray with insectacide


I can be used as a preventative, but I think it needs to be re-applied regularly so may not rival product like RearGuard in that respect, but the part I was most impressed with was that it can actually kill the maggots. Because it doesn't kill them instantly they do not get stuck inside the bun if imbedded they actually get drawn out and then die.

Obviously fly strike needs a vet but its nice to know that god forbid it ever happens I can help by spraying bunny with this and letting it do its magic while we are on route to the vet.

Also if your vet doesn't know about it please share with them. :D

Pets mum
31-07-2014, 03:15 PM
that's really interesting, I wouldn't mind getting some of that to keep in case of emergencies. Do you mind me asking what you have in your bunny first aid kit. I'm still a novice bunny owner/slave, and have 2 just over a year old. I'm a bit of a drive away from a vet, so being prepared would be great. Thanks for sharing this ! :wave:

31-07-2014, 03:32 PM
There are some good threads in health some of the stuff in mine is:

Cotton Wall Pads
Cotton Buds
Vet Wrap
Corn Plasters
Sterile Dressing
Critical Care
Supreme Recovery
Medical Grade Manuka Honey
Veterycin Wound Spray
Various Syringes
Ellas Kitchen Baby Food
Disposable Gloves
Heat Pads (Snugglesafe)
Sterile Saline

Pets mum
31-07-2014, 03:56 PM
Brilliant, thank you for that :wave:

31-07-2014, 03:57 PM
:thumb: I picked some up today :)