Can-vet lice-x liquid
LICE – X LIQUID
Pour – on Insecticide - Non Systemic
FOR BEEF, LACTATING AND NON-LACTATING DAIRY CATTLE
Ready to use
Controls: Biting lice and horn flies and as an aid in the control of sucking lice.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN
READ THE LABEL BEFORE USING
Store product in the original container. Keep tightly closed
Pest Control Products Act
Can-Vet Animal Health Supplies Ltd.
4-61 Malcolm Rd.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE:
Can-Vet Lice-X Liquid is ready to use. No dilution is necessary.
For control of biting lice and horn flies. Apply 15 mL (1/2 fl.oz) per 45 kg (100 lbs.) of
bodyweight up to a maximum of 150 mL (5 fl.oz.) for any one animal. Pour along the back and
down the face taking care to avoid the eyes, nose and mouth. Alternatively, Can-Vet Lice-X
Liquid may be applied to the face with a cloth that is slightly moistened with the product.
Repeat treatment as needed but not more than once every 2 weeks. For optimum control of lice,
two treatments 14 days apart are recommended. Leave a one day interval between last
application and slaughter. PRECAUTIONS:
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN: For dairy cattle, DO NOT use
this product in combination with any other permethrin product. Harmful if swallowed, inhaled,
absorbed through skin. Avoid contact with skin, eyes, and clothing. Wash thoroughly with soap
and water after handling and before eating or smoking. Do not breathe spray mist. Use with
adequate ventilation. Wear protective clothing during application. If irritation appears,
Withhold application 24 hrs. before slaughter. Wash contaminated clothing before reuse. Do
not contaminate feed, food, or litter. Do not contaminate food handling equipment. Store in
original container away from feed and food. Do not contaminate any body of water. Highly
toxic to crabs, fish and shrimp. Harmful to wildlife if allowed to contaminate lakes and streams.
Do not use in areas where bee-keeping equipment or supplies are stored, or where milk is stored
or processed. This product contains a petroleum distillate at 99% (proportion by weight) which
is moderately to highly toxic to aquatic organisms. DISPOSAL:
Do not reuse container. Follow provincial instructions for any required additional
cleaning of the container prior to its disposal. Make the empty container unsuitable for further
use. Dispose of the container in accordance with provincial requirements. For information on
the disposal of unused, unwanted product and the cleanup of spill, contact the Provincial
Regulatory Agency or the manufacturer. FIRST AID:
If on skin, wash thoroughly with soap and water. If in eyes, flush with clear water
for 15 minutes; get medical attention.
Product Contains Petroleum Distillate. If swallowed DO NOT induce vomiting. Call physician
immediately or Poison Control Centre. Take container, label or product name and Pest Control
Registration Number with you when seeking medical attention. TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION:
NOTICE TO BUYER:
Seller’s Guarantee Shall be limited to the terms set out on the label and
subject thereto the buyer assumes the risk to persons or property arising from the use or handling
of this product and accepts the product on that condition. NOTICE TO USER:
This control product is to be used only in accordance with the directions
on this label. It is an offence under the Pest Control Products Act to use a control product under
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