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  I truly appreciated the guidance you offered "Ray"/ Rachel regarding the treatment of mites on her mouse.  I was desperately seeking help and after a single droplet of Revolution, and of course repeated sanitizing of aquarium an contents, "Squirt", my dear little brownie improved.

My question is with what frequency may I apply Revolution?

Thank you so much for the informative responses!



Dear Pat,

Normally Revolution only needs to be applied once a month- if at all. You can apply it a second time after two weeks if you feel there are still mites. There is no reason to continue treatment unless the mouse is exposed to a regular source of mites or other external parasites. It can just be used as needed.

I'm glad Squirt is better. If she has any more problems, don't hesitate to write.

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