Denagard users, a few questions. Do you eat eggs from birds WHILE they are being dosed with Denagard. If not, when do you start to eat them. Would you give those raw eggs to your dogs? If not, why not. I am looking for a reason based on facts. I assume you would cook them for your birds, or allow them to be set and hatched. I administer the drug with mash, as the birds often will not eat treated water, even if I add honey or apple cider. I mix a 8 ml/gallon solution, then use it to make a moist mash, feed twice a day, and they gobble it up. It certainly helps, but they get sick again. Perhaps I am not treating long enough. How do you reduce repeated flare ups. Do you take special care to clean up poo, which seems almost hopeless if you have a large flock, as I do. Do you cull the entire flock and start over? And if so, how to protect from new infection? How much of a risk are wild songbirds, for example? Any other words of wisdom? While I am interested in anecdotes and opinions, I am very much interested in hearing about your studies, and from those with a veterinary background.