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  • Permoxin



    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.

    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

    250mL and 1L


    40g/L Permethrin 25:75 cis:trans

    Dogs and Horses

    PERMOXIN is NOT to be used on cats


    Not to be used on animals under 3 months of age.

    Do not use methylated spirits on broken skin

    Not tested on pregnant or lactating animals

    Meat: do not administer later than 28 days before slaughter for human consumption

    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.

    Safety directions: Harmful if swallowed. Will damage ete, will irritate the skin and when using the product wear rubber gloves. If product enters eyes, wash it out immediately with water. Wash hands and glovers after each days use.

    First aid: If poisoning occurs, contact a doctor or Poisons Information Centre. Phone Australia 131126

    Protection of wildlife, fish, crustacea and environment: Do not contaminate ponds, waterways or drains with the chemical or used containers

    Disposal: Dispose of empty container by wrapping with paper and putting in garbage

    Storage: Store below 30℃ (room temperature). Store in original container, tightly closed, ina safe place.