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PETWAY PETCARE COTEX PINE OIL - AVAILABLE IN TWO SIZES

PETWAY PETCARE COTEX PINE OIL - AVAILABLE IN TWO SIZES

  • $11821


Cotex Multi-Purpose Insecticidal Spray & Pine Oil Cleanser for Dogs and Horses controls Fleas, Lice, Flies, Mites and the Adult Brown Tick on Dogs. Aids in the control of Queensland Itch on Horses.

DO NOT USE ON CATS. DO NOT USE ON ANIMALS UNDER 3 MONTHS OF AGE.

More Information:

  • A very popular and highly effective Flea and Tick kill formulation.
  • The main active, Permethrin, lasts for a few days, however during the Flea season the animal should be sprayed daily and the product brushed into the coat to control fresh flea attachments.
  • Animal bedding and yard surfaces with flea activity should also be sprayed to kill infestations, don’t forget to spray those out of sight areas where flea eggs could be laying dormant.
  • Commonly referred to as Cotex Pine Oil Spray, it is used to spray dogs and horses ears to keep flies and midges at bay.
  • Aids in the relief of rain scold on horses.
  • Aids in the relief of hot spots on dogs.
  • It is reported to assist with hair regrowth when sprayed daily for two or three weeks on bald patches, caused by animals chewing, scratching or rubbing itchy spots on their bodies.
  • We have not clinically tested or proven this as yet.
  • Again, it is also reported to be great for ear mites.
  • Put solution onto a cotton bud and wipe ears.
  • We have not clinically tested or proven this as yet.
  • Pine Oil is an effective natural skin itch reliever. Hydrobath operators report they mix 150mls to 15 litres of water as an effective spray dog wash and flea control method.
  • Some add 20mls of Petway Petcare shampoo to the hydrobath mix to add an attractive lasting fragrance to the dog’s coat.
  • Use as per the label.
  • May be used in vacuum type systems.

Directions for use:

  • Do NOT USE ON CATS AND DO NOT USE ON ANIMALS UNDER 3 MONTHS OF AGE.
  • Do not spray into eyes.
  • Apply on a small area first as some animals may have sensitive skin.
  • Dogs Fleas – Spray weekly.
  • Allow to dry on coat.
  • Adult Brown Tick – Thoroughly spray dog weekly when ticks are active and maintain daily searching for and removal of any ticks found.
  • Horses Queensland Itch – Spray as required for nuisance flies.
  • For Queensland Itch spray the entire animal twice weekly until symptoms are controlled then as required with a trigger spray device.
  • Allow to dry on coat.
  • Repeat as necessary and as conditions require.

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