Humilac Spray (Canada)This page contains information on Humilac Spray for veterinary use.
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- Humilac Spray Indications
- Warnings and cautions for Humilac Spray
- Direction and dosage information for Humilac Spray
Humilac SprayThis treatment applies to the following species:
SPRAY FOR DRY SKIN FOR DOGS AND CATS
HUMECTANT WITH LACTIC ACID OIL-FREE
USES: HUMILAC® Spray is a unique, lanolin-free, soothing dry skin conditioner incorporating an oil-free humectant. It is specially formulated to aid in the soothing of dry skin and to restore luster to the hair coat without leaving a greasy or oily film.
CONTAINS: Water, glycerin, lactic acid (an alpha-hydroxy acid), urea, propylene glycol, benzalkonium chloride, benzaldehyde.
Directions For Use
While parting the hair, thoroughly spray entire hair coat. Groom as usual. HUMILAC Spray also may be used after shampooing the dog or cat. Add 5 capfuls of HUMILAC Spray to one quart of warm water. Pour the solution over the animal, avoiding eyes and ears. Use daily or as directed by your veterinarian.
WarningKeep out of reach of children. Wash hands after using. For animal use only. For external use only. Avoid contact with eyes or mucous membranes. Not for otic use. If undue skin irritation develops or increases, discontinue use and consult a veterinarian.
StorageStore at controlled room temperature of 59° - 86° F.
Available through licensed veterinarians only.
Lot no. and exp. date on bottom.
Mfd. by and Dist in USA by: Virbac AH, Inc., P.O. Box 162059, Fort Worth, Texas 76161
Distributed in Canada by: Virbac Canada, Inc., 1400-340 Albert Street, Ottawa, Ontario, K1R 0A5
8 fl. oz. (237 mL)
NAC No.: 11770292
209-231 SHEARSON CRESCENT, CAMBRIDGE, ON, N1T 1J5
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