- fleas (Ctenophalides spp.)
- lice (Trichodectes canis and Heterodoxus spp.)
- adult brown dog ticks (Rhipicephalus sanguineus)
for up to seven days! It also prevents the attachment of paralysis ticks (Ixodes holocyclus) for up to three days on dogs and cats.
How to protect your pet from pests: Dilute before each application following the quantities below:
For dogs, cats, puppies, kittens: Mix 10mL (one full screw cap full of concentrate) to make up 1L with warm water (50mL for 5L).
Hydrobath, dip, swab, sponge or spray the animal with the diluted solution until thoroughly soaked. Make sure to fluff the fur to allow the solution to penetrate to the skin. Allow to dry on coat for dogs and cats, puppies and kittens should be towelled dry.
Do not rinse off. A single treatment of 7 Day Flea Fix rinse treatment will control fleas, lice and adult brown dog ticks for up to seven days. For continual paralysis tick control, treat animal every three days. In paralysis tick areas, daily inspection and tick removal are essential.
To obtain maximum flea control, treat your pets’ environment by cleaning the bedding and resting places and regularly spraying the area with diluted Flea Rinse.
For birds: Mix 2mL of concentrate with 200mL of water. Use this solution in a clean pump spray to produce a fine mist. Spray bird lightly all over, ruffling feathers to allow penetration to the skin. Avoid contact with bird’s eyes. Allow to dry in a warm place. Repeat if required.
For Pest Zone Control: Mix 10 mL (one screw cap full of concentrate to make up 1L and fill into a clean pump spray bottle. Regularly spray your pet's area and bedding with the diluted product.
Do not use on sick or convalescing animals. Use with caution on kittens less than three months of age. Do not get the product into animal’s eyes. On rare occasions, this product may cause dribbling or unsteady gait in cats. If one or both occurs, wipe off excess product and contact a veterinarian.
Pyrethrins are natural organic insecticides made from chrysanthemum flowers and affect the nervous system of insects. All pyrethrins are easily hydrolysed and degraded by stomach acids so toxicity following ingestion by pets is very low. Pyrethrins are generally safe for kittens as young as 4-6 weeks of age.
Pyrethrin is NOT the same as permethrin. Permethrin is a synthetic pyrethrin and is less easily broken down than pyrethrin. Pyrethrins can be used on cats; permethrins should NOT be used on cats.
However, there are some unusual cases of Pyrethrins causing dribbling and unsteady gait in cats. If these occur, wipe off excess product and contact a veterinarian.
Piperonyl butoxide (PBO) is a pesticide synergist when added to insecticide formulations.
|Brand||Rufus & Coco|
|Unit Of Measure||ea|
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