Flysect Super 7By Flysect
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Flysect Super 7 is an insect-killing spray for dogs and cats. It works within seconds and continues to work following use. The mixture repels mosquitoes, gnats, mites, chiggers, flies (horse, stable, and house), and lice thanks to a specific composition that comprises two repellents and two potent insecticides. Pyrethrins, permethrin, piperonyl butoxide, lanolin, aloe, and PABA sunscreen are also included in the formulation.
Who is Flysect Super 7 for?
Horses, foals and dogs at least 12 weeks of age.
Why use Flysect Super 7?
Flysect Super 7 is a product that may be used on both horses and dogs. It may be sprayed or wiped on horses and sprayed on dogs.
How does Flysect Super 7 work?
The impressive action of 2 insecticides and 2 repellents, plus aloe and sunscreen, is wonderfully effective against bothersome sun and bugs. This wipe-on or spray-on solution not only protects, but also conditions the animal's fur, leaving it healthy and shiny. This potent product is a one-of-a-kind blend for horses and dogs.
Farnam Companies, Inc.
Permethrin [(3-phenoxyphenyl) methyl (±) cis-trans-3-(2,2-dichloroethenyl)-2,2-dimethylcyclopropanecarboxylate] 0.20% Pyrethrins 0.20% Piperonyl butoxide, technical* 0.50% N-octyl bicycloheptene dicarboximide 2.00% Di-n-propyl isocinchomeronate 1.00% Butoxypolypropylene glycol 5.00%
How is Flysect Super 7 sold?
32 oz. with sprayer and Gallon
What special precautions are there?
Keep this product away from flames and heat. Keep away from children.
What to do if overdose?
If overdose occurs, please contact your local pet hospital or emergency pet clinic immediately.
How can I store Flysect Super 7?
This container isn't meant to be refilled or reused. If the product is empty, throw it out like ordinary garbage. If the container is partially full, call 1-800-CLEANUP for disposal instructions or your local solid waste agency for help. Never dump anything down a drain, whether it's outdoors or inside your house. Keep away from pets and children. Keep the container dry and cool. Do not allow the product to freeze. If a container is leaking or damaged, transfer the contents to another container and label it properly. Never contaminate feed, food, or water when discarding or storing this product.
One of the finest aspects of this product is that it aids in grooming and may be used as to condition the coat.
For repeated applications, always consult a veterinarian. If ticks are present, make sure the area is fully saturated. Begin by covering the animal's mouth, nose, and eyes for treatment of dogs. A cloth or hand will suffice. Spray the ears, chest, and head until they are wet. After that, massage the product gently into the dog's facial region using your fingertips. Work your way down the body slowly. Spray the neck, midsection, and hindquarters before finishing with the legs. It's fine to spray directly on the dog's skin, and rubbing the hair backward is recommended if the pet has a long coat. To use on a horse, start by brushing the grime and dirt out of the coat. If you're using shampoo to clean the horse's coat first, wait until it's completely dry before applying it. When applying, spray the whole surface of the animal, being careful not to get it in the horse's mouth or eyes. To finish, wipe the hair backwards with a clean soft rag or brush it backwards while spraying. If you're going to use a tack, ensure sure the solution is completely dried first. Always use in a well-ventilated environment for your own safety. Make care to keep the bottle upright during the application procedure for the greatest effects. Apply the solution again if the animal has been out in the rain or has taken a bath. When treating an animal for the first time, administer the solution once a day for two to three days. Reduce usage to once every 5 to 10 days after the insect problem has improved.