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Co-op Animal Shampoo (Canada)

This page contains information on Co-op Animal Shampoo for veterinary use.
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  • Co-op Animal Shampoo Indications
  • Warnings and cautions for Co-op Animal Shampoo
  • Direction and dosage information for Co-op Animal Shampoo

Co-op Animal Shampoo

This treatment applies to the following species:
Manufacturer: IPCO

Co-op Animal Shampoo Indications

An ideal shampoo for all animals - livestock, dogs, cats, etc. Specially formulated to prepare animals for Showmanship Classes, Junior Achievement Club Work, Judging Competitions, Exhibitions, Shows, Sales, etc.

CO-OP® Animal Shampoo is a concentrated, yet safe and effective cleaner, which dissolves easily in water. CO-OP® Animal Shampoo performs equally well in hard or soft water. Has excellent wetting, penetrating and emulsifying properties. No undesirable odour. Safe to use on delicate fabrics and colours. CO-OP® Animal Shampoo provides a high, stable foam; is completely biodegradable and provides a thorough cleaning. It rinses quickly and completely.

Directions For Use

Completely wet and apply CO-OP® Animal Shampoo by brush or by hand. Another suitable method is to dissolve 1 or 2 handfuls (depending on amount of foam desired) in a pail of warm water and apply solution liberally. After washing, rinse thoroughly.

Prepared for Interprovincial Cooperative Limited under license Saskatoon, Canada S7K 3M9 - ® TMC Distributing.

Presentation: 4 x 2 kg and 4 x 4 kg.

NAC No.: 12110031

INTERPROVINCIAL COOPERATIVE LIMITED (IPCO)
401 - 22ND STREET EAST, P.O. BOX 1050, SASKATOON, SK, S7K 3M9
Telephone:   306-649-5225
Fax:   306-244-3403
Website:   www.ipco.ca
Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the Co-op Animal Shampoo information published above. However, it remains the responsibility of the readers to familiarize themselves with the product information contained on the Canadian product label or package insert.

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