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Permoxin 250ml

Permoxin 250ml
Permoxin 250ml
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Permoxin is a concentrated permethrin based insecticidal spray and rinse for the control of fleas and ticks on dogs, and flies and biting insects on horses.

Dilute the concentrate in water and then spray, dip or apply the solution to the coat ensuring that the solutions wets down to the skin. Apply as often as necessary.

Permoxin is indicated for:

Dogs: Tick control (including Paralysis Ticks), Flea Control; Management of Flea Allergic Dermatitis;
Horses: Fly Nuisance (stable fly, buffalo fly, sandfly); Management of Queensland Itch.

Manufacturer: Dermcare

Active Ingredient: 4.0% Permethrin 25:75(cis:trans)

Directions of Use: Mix 10 mls in 400 mls of water. Use as a spray or rinse. Spray the entire body of the animal and apply from a distance of approximately 20 cm. Apply against the lay of the hair, and make sure that the entire coat of the animal is thoroughly wet with Permoxin. Ruffle the coat as the spray is applied, especially in long haired or densely coated animals, so that the product penetrates down to the skin. Allow to dry naturally.
Safe for use on pregnant and lactating animals

Highly Effective Tickicide and Insecticide. In laboratory trials, a single application of Permoxin prevents tick attachment for over two weeks and resulted in greater than 98% flea control for 20 days.



Permoxin 250ml

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