Permoxin can be used as an insecticidal pyrethrin spray or rinse for the control of flies, ticks and biting insects. Aids in the control of Queensland Itch.
Composition Permethrin (25:75 cis:trans) 40 g/L. Actions Third generation synthetic pyrethroid which acts on the neuromuscular system of flies and fleas. Pyrethroids are more photostable than natural pyrethrins. Permethrin (25:75) has the lowest level of dermal irritation and systemic toxicity of any of these third generation pyrethroids. Permethrin also has an insect repellent action giving treatment and control of insect bite allergies.
Indications Pyrethroid sensitive flies (Haematobia irritans exigua, Stomoxys calcitrans) and biting insects (Culicoides sp.) on horses; fleas (Ctenocephalides felis, Ct. canis) on dogs; flea allergy dermatitis (summer eczema) on dogs, Queensland itch on horses; ticks (Rhipicephalus sp.) and paralysis tick (Ixodes holocyclus) on dogs.
Contraindications Cats or puppies < 12 weeks old. Do not use Permoxin diluted with methylated spirit on broken skin.
Precautions Avoid contact with animals' eyes and mouth.
Safety directions. Will irritate the skin. Avoid contact with skin and eyes. Wear gloves if sensitive.
First aid. If poisoning occurs, contact a doctor or Poisons Information Centre. Phone Australia 131 126.
Withholding Periods Meat. 28 days.
Directions for use Spray. 10 mL/400 mL water (or methylated spirit for rapid drying). Spray entire animal and allow to dry on coat.
Rinse. Apply 10 mL/400 mL water solution to wet coat after shampooing and rinsing, or dry coat. Use sponge to assist application; foaming does not effect efficacy.
For insect bite allergy, spray daily until symptoms are controlled, then as required. For flea control, use at least every seven days. For tick control, apply as a rinse every seven days. Daily inspection of the animal is essential in paralysis tick areas.