For control of pyrethroid sensitive flies: Buffalo fly (haematobia irritans exigua), stable fly (stomoxys calcitrans) and biting insects on horses.
For control of fleas (Ctenocephalides felis, Ct canis ) and ticks (Ixodes holocyclus, Rhipicephalus spp.) on dogs.
An aid in the treatment of Flea Allergy Dermatitis on dogs and Queensland Itch on horses
Tick control: For tick control, dogs and horses are rinsed weekly. They can be sprayed in between rinses if desired for extra protection, particularly if they are going into known tick areas. Permoxin is safe to use daily if needed.
Flea control. For flea control, regular spraying or rinsing with Permoxin is necessary to maintain effective flea control. Spray daily initially then treat weekly depending on the level of flea burden. Treatment frequency can be reduced once satisfactory flea control is achieved.
Horses: To control fly nuisance, spray animal as required. For Queensland Itch, spray animal twice weekly until symptoms abate, then as required to control symptoms
Binds to the Hair Coat. Permoxin binds to the hair, not lipid, so the animal can be washed prior to application. Peak activity is maintained by regular weekly top up rinses to produce saturation of the hair coat.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
Dilute 10ml of Permoxin in 400ml water, or methylated spirits if a rapid drying spray is required. Spray or rinse as directed.
Make up immediately prior to use