F10 Germicidal Wound Spray With Insecticide 100ml

F10 Germicidal Wound Spray With Insecticide 100ml

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F10 Products Germicidal Wound Spray with Insecticide is a long lasting antiseptic barrier which helps to repel insects and eliminate infestation from fly strike. Supplied as a topical spot treatments for application to wounds.

This product is toxic to cats.

A topical application, long acting spot treatment spray for wounds, as an antiseptic and barrier to re-infection and to repel flies and other insects and to eliminate infestation due to fly strike in rabbits, ferrets, pigeons, cage birds including birds of prey; terrarium animals and reptiles; small rodents (including hamsters, guinea pigs, mice, rats).

Dosage and administration
Use only as directed in well ventilated spaces. It is good practice to wear gloves during application. Remove all organic material and clean the wound using a 1:250 concentration of F10® Antiseptic Solution (Concentrate). Spray over the site (maximum of 5 applications per animal with multiple wounds, 1 - 2 trigger pulls (1 - 2ml) per wound) and leave to dry. Repeat as necessary once a week. The product may also be applied weekly in the same manner to prevent fly strike and tick bites.

Contra-indications, warnings, etc
Flammable, keep away from naked flames when spraying. Avoid contact with eyes. Avoid contact with domestic cats. Cypermethrin is dangerous to fish or aquatic life. Do not contaminate aquaria, fish bowls, ponds or waterways with the insecticidal product. Operator safety. Avoid breathing the spray mist. Withdrawal Periods Not applicable. Not for use in animals intended for human consumption.

Veterinary care should always be sought before administering this product. 

Safety note: It is the responsibility of the pet owner to assess the suitability of any treat, toy, or other product. Please read instructions, and directions of use carefully. Always supervise your rabbit whilst playing or eating. Remove the toy if it is damaged, or worn, or if parts become separated, to avoid injury.