Permoxin Conentrate - Wanneroo Stockfeeders

Permoxin Conentrate

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Permoxin is a well concentrated permethrin based insecticide to prevent fleas, ticks, flies and biting insects on dogs and horses. This advanced formula helps to control paralysis tick and prevents Flea Allergy Dermatitis in dogs. The topical solution manages fly nuisance on horses. Acting as insect repellent, Permoxin provides greater relief to flea allergic dogs and controls various flies on horses. It is suitable to use on pregnant and lactating animals.

Indications

  • Paralysis Tick Control
  • Flea Control and Management of Flea Allergic Dermatitis
  • Fly Nuisance on Horses
  • Management of Queensland Itch
  • General Purpose Insect Repellent
  • Use as a Spray or Rinse
  • Registered for use in dogs and horses (not for use in cats)
  • Safe for use on pregnant and lactating animals

Directions for Use

Dilute to 1:40 (as directed by label) in water, or methylated spirits if a rapid drying spray is required. Spray or rinse as directed.

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.

Flea and Insect Repellent

When applied daily to flea allergic dogs, Permoxin repels fleas and gives relief to the pruritic dog. In fact, the high safety margin means that Permoxin can be applied as often as needed, to maintain the repellent action.

Binds to the Hair Coat

Permoxin utilises advanced technology which allows it to bind to clean hair and skin for long acting effectiveness. Peak activity is maintained by regular weekly top up rinses to produce saturation of the hair coat.

Contraindications

Permoxin is NOT to be used on cats.

Efficacy

Although the laboratory trials show 100% control of Paralysis ticks for 13 days, it is recommended that dogs should be rinsed thoroughly every 7 days, with daily inspections for ticks to ensure good control in a clinical use situation.


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