F10® Germicidal Wound Spray With Insecticide is a spot treatment which combines the antimicrobial action of F10® SC Disinfectant with the added insecticidal activity of Cypermethrin (0.25%) and Piperonyl Butoxide (1.25%) to produce a ready to use topical, spot-on application spray.
The Antimicrobial action of the F10® actives provide a local antibacterial cover to assist wound healing (and reduce fly-attracting putrefactive odours) whilst the cypermethrin both repels and kills insects and their larvae. It is commonly used in the prevention and treatment of myasis.
• Wound treatment: The F10 core actives in the F10 Wound Spray with Insecticide will treat infected wounds and act as a barrier to re-infection of open wound sites e.g. trauma, castration, de-budding, de-horning, dart wounds and abscesses.
• Insect repellent: Where there is a risk of fly-strike e.g. during or after diarrhoea, urinary incontinence or wound drainage, a single application of the product will protect the site against blow flies and other insects for up to 5 days.
• Fly strike treatment: One initial application of 2-3 sprays of the F10 Wound Spray on an infested area will result in the immediate migration away from the site and death of all maggots within 30 minutes – no need for mechanical removal of larvae.
• Not for use on cats
Laxapet is an effective laxative especially formulated for cats and dogs. It is a highly palatable malt-based gel which provides supplemental vitamins, fish oil and lecithin. Cats and dogs find its taste almost irresistible.
Laxapet softens the stools and lubricates the contents of the alimentary canal.
Each 5g of Laxapet contains petrolatum BP 2g, lecithin 250mg, fish liver oil 65mg, vitamin A 800i.u., thiamine HCl 0,25mg, riboflavin 0,15mg, pyridoxine HCl 0,2mg, yanocobalamin 0,5mcg. Preservatives: sodium benzoate, BHA.
For the prevention and treatment of hairball impaction in cats.
As a laxative for dogs and cats.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
Cats: 2½-5g (½-1 medicine measure) daily for two to three days, then 1-2½g (¼-½ medicine measure) three times a week. For cats Laxapet can be placed directly onto nose, tongue or front paw — it will be readily licked off.
Dogs: 5-10g (1-2 medicine measures) daily for two to three days. For dogs Laxapet can be administered directly into the mouth or mixed into food. Repeat when necessary.
Kaolin is a type of clay found in nature. It can also be made in a laboratory. People use it to make medicine. Kaolin is used for mild-to-moderate diarrhoea, severe diarrhoea (dysentery), and cholera.
Indications: Kaolin Powder is a traditional medicine used to help diarrhea and stomach disorder in many animals. Dosage: dogs- 1g-5g water suspension 50mls. Cattle -25-25g-250g. 25g per calf twice daily
Potassium chloride is used to prevent or to treat low blood levels of potassium (hypokalemia). Potassium levels can be low as a result of a disease or from taking certain medicines, or after a prolonged illness with diarrhoea or vomiting.