How Long Do You Leave The Happy Jack Mange Dip On A Dog?


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I had never heard of it, looked it up. Pretty scary. I don't even know that this would work very well or if it did whether it would be in some unexpected way. No idea why it contains turpentine and other things (It does contain sulpher in only a 28 percentage but the rest...). Holy Moly! You need to follow the directions exactly and read all warnings if you are using anything like that (preferably before use), not ask here. Warnings: Hazards to humans and domestic animals. No cats. May cause eye and skin irritation. Do not get in eyes, on skin or clothing. Harmful if swallowed or absorbed through the skin (a topical treatment, some can irritate if used too frequently or strongly but this says nothing about that). Wash thoroughly after handling. If inhaled, remove the victim to fresh air. Apply artificial respiration if indicated. If on skin, remove contaminated clothing and wash the affected areas with soap and water. But it's a topical treatment for dogs and horses. Go figure. It does say veterinary use (so not their fault if your not a vet, they warned you and anything that dangerous really should only be used by people who know what they are doing) but I can't think of any that might actually use that. You may want to get rid of that and ask your vet (or show them the bottle even and see what they have to say) about interceptor or something. Much safer and effective. Good luck.

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