Doktor Doom Good Dog (Canada)This page contains information on Doktor Doom Good Dog for veterinary use.
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- Doktor Doom Good Dog Indications
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- Direction and dosage information for Doktor Doom Good Dog
Doktor Doom Good DogThis treatment applies to the following species:
“NO CHEWING” TRAINING AID
REPELLENT FOR WILD AND DOMESTIC ANIMALS
STOPS Wild & Domestic Animals from Chewing, Nibbling, Licking, Gnawing, Eating or Biting
Sprays in Any Direction, Even Upside Down
AIR PRESSURIZED SPRAY - NO PROPELLANT
CONTAINS: 1,3-Dimethylol 5,5 Dimethylhydantoin at 0.158% as a Preservative
REG. NO. 31294 P.C.P. ACT
READ THE LABEL BEFORE USING
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN
DIRECTIONS FOR USE: This product can be used to control damage caused by dogs, cats, rabbits, raccoons, beavers, mice, rats, deer, squirrels, voles, porcupines and some types of granivorous birds, fruit eating birds and carrion crows. Generously apply to dry surfaces. Do not apply on rainy or windy days. Spray on bark of trees, bushes, ornamental plants and flowers, bulbs, siding, fences, posts, garbage, and places visited by undesirable animals. Spray all surface to be protected until completely wet. Allow to dry before handling or re-applying. For additional protection, a second application may be necessary. Do not dilute! Do not mix with other chemicals! This product penetrates the bark of the trees and the outer layer of plants and flowers. The repellent remains intact and withstands outside elements. Annual re-application is advised. Before using on painted surfaces, test a small area to determine whether This product’s ingredients will damage the paint. Do the same with plastics and fabrics. If in doubt, test first! Store this product in cold areas away from heat.
PRECAUTIONS: KEEP OUT OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN. Avoid contact with eyes, skin, food and clothing. Abstain from tasting. The taste is extremely bitter and really unpleasant. Never use on food, edible plants or directly on the fruit or nuts of trees. Do not use on sugar maple trees, if sap is to be used, since the product could affect the taste of the maple syrup. This product has not proven to be harmful to plant when used as directed, but as an added precaution a test should be made before applying. Do not smoke or eat while applying. Wash hands thoroughly after use. Wear chemical resistant gloves when handling product or contaminated equipment. Do not enter treated area until spray has dried. Do not use in domestic homes.
FIRST AID: If repellent gets in eyes, hold eye open and rinse slowly and gently with water for 15-20 minutes. Remove contact lenses, if present, after the first 5 minutes, then continue rinsing eye. Call a poison control centre or doctor for treatment advice. If on skin or clothing, take off contaminated clothing. Rinse skin immediately with plenty of water for 15-20 minutes. Call a poison control centre or doctor for treatment advice.
Take container, label or product name and Pest Control Product Registration Number with you when seeking medical attention.
TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION: Treat symptomatically.
DISPOSAL: Do not reuse empty container. Wrap empty container and discard in household garbage.
NOTICE TO USER: This pest control product is to be used only in accordance with the directions on the label. It is an offence under the Pest Control Products Act to use this product in a way that is inconsistent with the directions on the label. The user assumes the risk to persons or property that arises from any such use of this product.
CANADIAN OWNED AND OPERATED
NET CONTENTS: 280 GRAMS
UltraSol Industries, 10755-69 Avenue, Edmonton, AB, Canada T6H 2C9
10755-69 AVE., EDMONTON, AB, T6H 2C9
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