Mange TreatmentThis page contains information on Mange Treatment for veterinary use.
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- Mange Treatment Indications
- Warnings and cautions for Mange Treatment
- Direction and dosage information for Mange Treatment
Mange TreatmentThis treatment applies to the following species:
Epa Reg. No.1910-1
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Mange Treatment IndicationsFor the control of sarcoptes mites which cause mange in dogs.
Mange Treatment Dosage And AdministrationApply MANGE TREATMENT™ with a swab and rub in thoroughly. Apply once a week until the condition clears up. If improvement is not noted within 10 days, consult a veterinarian.
Provide clean disinfectant sleeping quarters by using a disinfectant according to label directions.
Do not apply to areas equivalent to more than one-third (1/3) of the body at one time. Treat such areas on alternate days.
Storage: Replace the cap immediately after use. Do not expose to elevated temperatures.
Disposal: Securely wrap the original container in several layers of newspaper and discard it in the trash.
Mange Treatment Caution(s)Do not use on cats or rabbits.
Precautionary Statements: Hazards to Humans and Domestic Animals: Avoid contamination of food and foodstuffs. Do not allow to get into the eyes of animals. Use only as directed. May be absorbed through the skin. Wash hands thoroughly after using on a dog. Harmful if swallowed. Avoid contact with the skin. Do not apply to nursing bitches or puppies under three months of age. Do not use on sick or convalescing animals.
Physical or Chemical Hazards: Flammable. Keep away from heat and open flame.
PresentationAvailable in 6 oz. glass bottles.
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