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Nfz PufferThis treatment applies to the following species:
Eye and Ear Infections In Dogs and Cats
Surface Wounds, Cuts and Abrasions
Keep out of Reach of Children
Federal law prohibits the use of this product in food producing animals.
Contains 0.2% Nitrofurazone in a water soluble base
NADA 11-154, Approved by FDA
Protect From Heat
Human WarningsCarcinogenesis: Nitrofurazone has been shown to produce mammary tumors in rats and ovarian tumors in mice.
Some people may be hypersensitive to this product. Either wear gloves when applying, or wash hands afterwards.
For Eye Infections In Dogs And Cats - Remove Cap And Squeeze Container To Force A Stream Of Powder Directly Into The Eye. Repeat Treatment Daily. If There Is No Improvement After 4 Days A New Diagnosis Should Be Made Or A Veterinarian Consulted.
for Ear Infections In Dogs And Cats - Clean Out Inside Of Ear And Ear Canal With A Cotton Pledget. Prepared Cotton Swabs Which May Be Obtained At Any Drug Store Are Best For Cleaning Out The Ear Canal. Insert Nozzle Of Container Into Ear Canal And Squeeze Twice. Repeat Daily Until Improvement Is Noted.
for Surface Wounds, Cuts And Abrasions - Apply Daily Until Danger From Infection Is Eliminated Or Until Healing Takes Place.
store At Controlled Room Temperature Between 15°c-30°c (59°f-86°f) And Protect From Light. Avoid Excessive Heat (104°f).
Shake Or Rotate To Loosen Powder
Restricted Drug - (california)
Use Only As Directed
HESS & CLARK, INC.
Lexington, KY 40511
1.59 oz (45 g)
944 NANDINO BLVD, LEXINGTON, KY, 40511-1205
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