Bug Off Spray Repellent 150ml|
~ Rufus & Coco
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|Bug Off is professionally formulated and contains natural pyrethrin to repel flies and mosquitoes on horses, dogs, cattle and pigs and control fleas (Ctenocephalides spp) and lice (Hecterodorus sp, Linognathus sp, Trichodectes sp and Felicola sp) on dogs and cats.|
Ideal fly and mozzie repellant for dogs, cats and horses, cattle and pigs
Contains natural pyrethrins
Convenient 150mL bottle for transport ease
Oil-based solution that doesn’t sting – most other repellents are alcohol-based
Longer lasting, as oil doesn’t evaporate
Lower concentration due to oil base making it safer for your pet
Signs of fleas, lice, mosquitoes and flies:
Flea dirt – the black flea droppings left on your pet's coat
Parasites are one of the most common causes of skin and coat problems in pets and can be extremely irritating to them. However, their damage can be more than skin deep. Many external parasites also carry serious, even deadly, systemic diseases. Often, there is no outward sign of mild infestations (especially on cats) and once you notice a problem, it is usually already severe.
Prevention is always the best option and you can accomplish this by regularly grooming your pet and using effective preventative treatments.
Directions for Use:
For Dogs: Give your pet a light spray for a few seconds every day (or twice daily in severe cases), using a sweeping motion from head to tail.
For Cats: Dampen a cloth with Bug Off and wipe a small amount through the coat.
To stop fleas from breeding, spray beds and kennels, too.
Warning: Try not to get any Bug Off in your pet's eyes, nose or mouth. If your cat develops a case of the wobbles or the dribbles, wipe off what’s left of the product, and call your vet.
Active Ingredients: 6.0g/L di-n-propylisocinchomeronate, 1.5g/L pyrethrins, 3.0g/L n-octylbicycloheptene dicarboximide, 2.7g/L piperonyl butoxide.
Pyrethrins - These natural extracts are 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.
Piperonyl butoxide (PBO) is a pesticide synergist when added to insecticide formulations.
Di-n-propyl isocinchomeronate (DPI) A fly repellent.
N-octyl bicycloheptene dicarboximide (OBD) This is a synergist: that is, it enhances the repellent effect of the main active ingredient.
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